As January kicks in down here in the southern hemisphere, it means only one thing – summer. Yet for northern hemisphere-ites, the tree and tinsel is down yet winter is still firmly hanging around. So it makes sense for anyone hoping to work and live overseas to take advantage of the New Year and make a resolution to make the move.
Which brings us onto this post and a look at the most commonly broken New Year’s resolutions – now, you don’t want to see your work and live overseas resolution on here in a year’s time do you? If you recognise any of these, don’t worry – you’re clearly in good company.
- Get fit and lose weight
- Give up smoking
- Learn something new
- Eat healthier and diet
- Get out of debt and save money
- Spend more time with the family
- Travel to new places
- Stress less
- Drink less
If you need any motivation to stick to your New Year’s resolution, check out this quote by poet Edith Lovejoy Pierce:
“We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called ‘Opportunity’ and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.”
Hopefully see you here in 2013 – get here by checking out an expo near you!