With the new year quickly approaching, you are most likely thinking about your resolutions and goals for 2020. Although it is always great to focus on self-improvement, there is much to be said about the environment around you and the ways in which it can either help or harm your progress. To give you the best chance of achieving your goals, we have provided you with three New Year’s Resolutions for your apartment that can help you overall achieve your own goals too!
To feel safe within your own decisions and choices, it is important to first feel safe at home. With the holiday season coming to an end, there is a chance that safety fell to the wayside, so now is the chance to get it back on track! Go around and double-check all of your smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and locks. Take the time to make sure you are entering the new year with the safety and comfort necessary to ensure your own success.
Leave 2019 in the past and the clutter with it! Go through your belongings and throw out or donate anything you no longer use or need. It will be hard to make a fresh start this year if you have past momentos weighing you down. Hopefully, during the holidays you received some awesome presents, which means you can make room for them by throwing out some old things. A cleanroom also means a clean mind, so by decluttering, hopefully, you will feel emotionally and physically ready to take on your new challenges.
Make this year the year you go green! How can you feel accomplished with personal achievements if you are feeling guilty about your carbon footprint? Even just being aware of your energy usage can go a long way in ensuring that you are doing what you can to help. Whether this simply means turning off your water while brushing your teeth or unplugging electrical devices when they are not in use, do what you can to go green.
Which of these resolutions for you and your home will you be adding to your list? Let us know in the comments below. We hope these New Year’s resolutions for your apartment will help you start the year off on the right foot.