As a residents in an Arizona mobile home, you may find that coming up with a practical resolution for the New Year is more difficult than usual. As your yearly routine becomes more and more set in stone, finding ways to self-improve may seem less and less relevant. Don’t lose your inspiration for self-betterment! Here are some suggested resolutions to keep striving for improvement as 2015 rolls around.
- Be more involved in the community around your Arizona manufactured home.
If you have ample free time, why not spend it in a way that helps your community? For 2015, focus your energy on improving the area around you. Volunteer or organize a fundraiser and invite other retirees around your Arizona mobile home to participate. You have the power to better your community, so take the tools at your disposal and make a difference!
- Catch up on your bucket list
This New Year, make a list of things you have always wanted to do and start doing them! Whether it be a book you’ve always wanted to read, or a far-away place you have always wanted to visit, 2015 is the time to check it off your list.
- Stay better connected with your extended family
If you have family who live far away from your Arizona manufactured home, make this year all about keeping up with them. Check in once a week with a friendly call or email and hear all about what they are up to!
- Try out a new hobby
This year is the time to look into an activity that is completely new to you. If you have never knitted before, invest in some yarn and a book of knitting patterns. If tennis has always been foreign to you, pick up a racket and find a partner for doubles. No matter how esoteric or common place this activity may be, make it a part of your daily routine! You are never too old to learn something new.
- Focus on your health
With each New Year, you may find it more and more difficult to be active in the ways you were when you were younger. For 2015, plan to listen better to the recommendations of your health-care provider. This can not only improve your health, but put you in a better state of mind to achieve other goals unrelated to your health.