It’s January, the time of year where seemingly everyone is starting a new diet and there’s not an empty elliptical at the gym in sight.
At Three21 we had some resolutions of our own; some traditional, some not so much. If you’re anything like us you’ve probably broken one or two of your healthy eating resolutions already.
Although they mostly get a bad rap, resolutions are often just ways of reflecting and improving on the things we feel we could’ve done better throughout the year. So we asked the Three21 team a few questions regarding their New Year’s resolutions, below are just a few of their answers.
What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions?
Some resolutions our digital team had for 2018 included learning all the back roads to beat traffic and make it to work at 9 on the dot everyday. Others said they wanted to start limiting themselves to drinking only one cup of coffee a day.
However, the most daunting resolution they had was to actually just remember to write 2018 on everything instead of 2017. It’s no easy feat.
What Resolution are You Most Excited to Break?
Every new year people say that this is the year they’ll finally keep all of the resolutions they set way back in 2013. But what’s more satisfying than actually keeping all of your resolutions? Breaking all of your resolutions a week into the new year.
With Gringos right around the block it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that the resolution the Three21 team is most excited to break involves staying away from greasy foods.
What’s the Worst New Year’s Resolution?
Clichés and New Year’s resolutions pretty much go hand-in-hand. The most stereotypical resolution answers we’ve heard went something along the lines of “losing weight, it ain’t happenin’ bro.”
We think the team may be a little too attached to the office snack bar.
What’s the Secret to Keeping New Year’s Resolutions?
The most panic-inducing part about the whole New Year’s resolution thing is actually keeping those resolutions past week two.
According to one of our design team members, the key to keeping your New Year’s resolution lies in setting the bar for your them as low as they can possibly go. Making resolutions like “breathing, blinking, and staying alive” might do the trick.
Since chances are you (hopefully) did these the minute the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Day, you can shamelessly check these off your list right off the bat. Congrats, you’re well on your way to a productive 2018!
Will the team break the resolution curse? Only time will tell. We’ll check back later in the year to see how those goals are coming along. Have any resolutions of your own? Make sure to share them in the comments below!