New Year’s resolutions are popular and around one-fifth of us pledge to change their lives in one way or another every year. The most popular ones are losing weight, exercising more and saving money. However, the majority fails to keep their promises, often because they take on too much. But resolutions don’t have to be daunting and they’re easy to keep when you enjoy them. It’s important to focus on one or two major goals and lay out steps toward reaching them.
How you can help wildlife this year
This year, why not take a different approach and pledge to help wildlife? Small actions can make a big difference and you will find that what’s good for nature will also be good for you and it might also help you achieve other goals like exercising more or spending less money.
Getting outside and enjoying wildlife has been proven to help improve physical and mental health. Adding some outdoor time is easy and can be done in different ways. Whether you’d like to leave the car at home a couple of days a week and cycle or walk to work or take a big walk on the weekend, it’s up to you. This is something you can easily fit into your daily routine and you will notice quickly how it benefits you.