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New Year’s Resolutions That Will Help Others

Posted by on January 4, 2021 in Conscious Living, Inspirational with 0 Comments

2021 is finally here and many of us are looking for ways to positively change the world. Times are tough for many right now and those of us who have time or money on our hands are looking for ways to make things a little easier, better or more positive. This is where new year’s resolutions can come in handy. Traditionally, people tend to make new year’s resolutions that will improve their own lives. They do things that will make them feel healthier, happier or more successful. Quitting smoking. Heading to the gym more. Eating a balanced diet. These are all great! But if you’re looking to try something a little different, here are a few alternative resolutions that might suit you down to a tee!

Donate to Charity

If you have any money that you can spare, why not consider signing up to donate to a charity of your choice? This charity could support anything positive. It could promote greener living. It could protect animals. It could protect children. It could help to feed and house the homelessness. It could provide support staff for mental health helplines. Whatever you’re passionate about, look it up and there’s bound to be a charity that could greatly benefit from your help!

Volunteer

Of course, you don’t need to spare money to help a good cause. If you have the time available, you could volunteer. Why not find places you can help and give your time and effort? You could read to the elderly in care homes. You could help with building schools in Africa. You could work in a soup kitchen or a food bank. There are countless good causes out there, so you just need to find one that you want to dedicate your time to.

Register as a Donor

There are a number of ways that you can help people with health conditions by registering as a donor. You can donate blood. You can register as a stem cell donor. You can register as an organ donor. Of course, you should only do this if it’s something that you’re comfortable with. But it could save a life!

Live a More Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

Now, living a more eco-friendly lifestyle may seem like a small change. Using energy efficient light bulbs, recycling, reducing plastic usage, switching to a green energy supplier… the list of potential goes on and on. But if everyone makes similar changes, then it will have a huge impact on the planet and the future of everyone living on it. Remember that it doesn’t have to be all or nothing. It’s fine to make mistakes here and there – forgetting a reusable shopping bag isn’t the end of the world. What does matter is that you make an active effort!

These are just a few suggestions that should hopefully get the ball rolling on your new year’s resolutions. You don’t necessarily have to stick to these ones. Instead, they can work as inspiration or a starting point to work from!

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