New Years Resolutions 2020
What resolution will you make for 2020?
If you have good suggestions please put them in the comments section at the end.
Points 1 to 12 were added in the comments for 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Long term suggestions and links by JA (the web editor) in the second table lower down lower down)
|1.Buy nothing new for a year except of course consumables such as food – it has been done!||2.Walk everywhere under one mile.||3. Use email instead of paper.||4.Turn off the heating except in very cold weather.||5. Do not use any social media as it is corroding. etc.etc.|
|6. Give surplus savings to charities for environment, sustainability and peace-building.||7. Double-check that savings, investments and banking are environmentally positive and ethical. (Rosie)||8. Safely dispose of any garden chemicals that are harmful or not necessary.(Rosie)||9. Get a milkman! This reduces plastic waste by about half. (Sue)||10. Buy British wool products and leather|
|11. Insulate yourself! Trawl second hand shops for big fluffy jumpers and fleecy blankets||12. Appreciate wildlife more by not having a pet & by allowing and creating habitats in the garden.|
Perennial suggestions to try again this year and see how many days you can keep going
|1. Get Fit and avoid obesity||2. Singing||3. Develop your Speaking skills||4. Develop your Listening skills : RASA||5. Save Wildlife – Get your church involved. URGENT|
|6. Master the magic of Mosses, Moths, Mammals & more marvels of nature||7. Take Old People on Nature Trips||8. Count your blessings!||9. Campaign||10. Go more vegan|
Would you like to form new habits? A Useful website to visit is: Coach-me – download the habit tracker ap -. You decided what you want to do every day (e.g. exercise, have 7 hours sleep, improve prayer life, smile,) and everyday you log in and say that you have done it. You can make up your own resolutions.
Comments on "New Years Resolutions 2020"
Read and reread Pope Francis briliant Letter on Saving the Planet called Laudate Si (PRAISE HIM). a good resolution
I am not comfortable with the use of social media as I am not sufficiently familiar with it on a technical level to be confident in its use. However, I have made a New Year's resolution to use "snail mail" for campaigning. I hope that the impact of a handwritten letter arriving on a desk will be greater than a comment on a Facebook page. So, my 2020 target is one a week...
I'm interested in #5: Do not use any social media as it is corroding. We have a Facebook page, which seems to be successful; what do you mean by corroding?