The Best Ways to Fulfil Your Year/Decade-Long Resolutions Before the end of 2021

Start the new decade as a successful goal-setter.

The Best Ways to Fulfil Your Year/Decade-Long Resolutions Before the end of 2021

If you’re reading this it is more than likely that you’re one of 73% of Australians who made a resolution for this year. If you’ve achieved what you set out to accomplish at the start of this year, gold star for you! 

With a new decade on the horizon, here are some ways to achieve your resolutions that won’t break the bank and consume your time, so you can start of 2022 on the right foot.

  1. Sign up to a fitness app
    If you’re wanting to build fitness heading into the new year, it’s not too late. There are plenty of free apps, and free trials from subscription based-ones, that you can utilise to decipher whether yoga, HIIT or running might be your favourite form of workout. Some of the best-reviewed available right now are Nike Run Club, My Fitness Pal, Strava Training and Keep It Cleaner.
  2. Use a budgeting plan
    Figuring out the best way for you to manage your money is a daunting task, but one that can easily be done before the decade is out so that you can make the 2020’s one of financial finesse. The government itself has a budget tool you can use online, or if you’d like to explore a range of options Pinterest is a gold mine for creative ways to save.
  3. Take a class
    Whatever the skill is that you were wishing to master, looking in the right places will ensure you can take a lesson in building up your talents. Red Balloon offer a multitude of cooking and art classes no matter your location, and you can find music classes for adults at most private companies or even from your local council.

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Elli Murphy is a Law/Arts student, born and bred in Melbourne, with a passion for creative communication/media, politics and policy change. Her overt childhood confidence first led her to journalism after discovering that acting wasn’t the only way to get in front of a camera. While a camera is not now vital to her plans, she aims to work towards a career in media presenting and long-form writing. Her hobbies include cooing over dogs, chocolate-eating, podcast-listening and cooking.