Achieve 2023 New Year’s Resolutions – Even with Covid-19

It is that time again – A new year! Hurray, it is now 2021 – And we all hope it will be a better year than 2020. Speaking of hoping for a much better year for the fast-approaching 2021: 2020 has been a banger. It has been a devastating year for the entire world. In fear, the Covid-19 pandemic got us all shuddering behind closed doors. Corona crept upon us and tore our world apart, leaving millions of people around the globe dead.

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1. New year’s resolutions and Covid19 

And yes, that vicious Covid19 virus is still wreaking havoc on our lives and will continue to do so for the better part of 2021. So, while we wait for that lifesaving vaccine created by Pfizer and other pharmaceutical companies, we should still get on with our new year resolution.

Staying indoors for most of 2020, trying to avoid coming face to face with Corona must have let you packed on quite a few pounds – Or truthfully, quite a lot of excess body fat. There is not much we can do but to stay indoors, watch television, and order our foods online. For now, our dearest exercise routine involves raiding the refrigerator and eating our way to oblivion.

Social distancing has prevented us from getting up and going for walks in the parks or do daily exercise routines like going jogging with our friends and partners. The COVID-19 pandemic has also caused countless businesses to close their doors to prevent the spread of this deadly virus. Most gyms have closed their doors or operating at a limited capacity with the 6 feet apart and smaller groups criteria.

2. Start online business – Work from home

Most people want to find employment since many of us have lost our jobs since Corona rudely invaded our private space. Work from home is the new way to go in this digital era that has changed our lives for the better. Start selling on eBay or Amazon – Look around your home for things your family doesn’t use anymore and hawk them on any of the top two eCommerce platforms.

You don’t even need products to start selling online – You just need to find a good drop shipper that can ship the items out to your customers for you. Your hobby can earn lots of money on YouTube, and since you are home doing nothing, why not start your channel? You could start a cooking channel, share your delicious meals with the world.

How about a gardening channel? Do you enjoy the outdoors – and have memorable videos you could share. Love to sew, repair or make useful things? Hone your passion – There is a niche for everything.

With no where to go during the Coronavirus lock down, get creative – Earn from your hobbies.

Do you have cute or funny pets. Start a channel showing your pets off. With animal videos, once your channel gets monetized Google will advertise companies that sells animal products on your videos.

Has anyone ever told you that your jokes are funny? Yes! Well, a comedy channel with your family can get lots of views. Are you a fashionista? Share your wardrobe and makeup tutorials – Inspire the world with your beautiful self.

3. Lose weight even with Covid-19

Many people will gain a lot of weight being at home all day with not much to do, because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, you can do indoors activities to help keep in shape while shedding excess body fat.

There are 365 days in a calendar year; if you do not have a planning calendar get one. They are great yearly keepsakes, especially one of the awe-inspiring Thomas Kinkade 2021 calendars. 2020 is over, dusted and done; it is time to move on to the new year 2021. Hurray for a new year and a new resolution that you must try your hardest to accomplish. It starts all over again tomorrow – January 1st, 2021!

A whole new beginning to achieve your unaccomplished goals from 2020; the year of Covid-19 dominance.

4. Quit smoking – It is easy

That’s if you really want to get rid of that bad habit. Amazon has numerous products that can curb your nicotine crave. You must start at some point – Why not now – 2021?

5. Alcoholism ruins lives – Stop now

Start with a clean slate; 2021 new year’s has 365 days to achieve your resolutions goal. You have been blessed with a second chance to accomplish everything that you did not achieve in 2020 or 2019. If you’re an alcoholic, you have a huge problem. However, you have the power to get rid of that bad habit with a concerted effort. Let the new year help you stop destroying your body, and the lives of the people you cherished; your family and friends.

6. Make a daily plan and follow it

Get your 2021 planning calendar out and list all you want to accomplish each day of the new year. Yes, it is 365 days, a whole lot of days, but even if you missed working on one of your resolution wishes, it is quite okay. Just make sure that you’ve accomplished at least three-quarters of what is on your list.

Most people want to lose weight and stay healthy; nothing stops you – Not even the wretched Coronavirus. Virtual space has become the norm for all of us these days, so get online and start your daily exercise routine. YouTube has loads of exercise videos that you can use to work on some critical areas where you want to lose weight the most.

Whatever your new year’s resolutions are, you can accomplish them. If you are an alcoholic and would like to stop, then you can start working on that right from the comfort of your home. There are not many places or bars that you can go to while Queen Corona still reigns supreme, so why not start your journey to rid your self of your alcoholic disease.

7. Achieve your new year’s resolutions

Whether Queen Corona still wants to reign supreme over our world in 2021, it is up to you to still accomplish all you set out to do on your new year’s resolutions list.

Make the most of your family and loved ones. Embrace your friends – Virtually. Protect each other – And stay safe for all the 365 days that come in 2021.

Life is still worth living – Despite Queen Corona’s belief!

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