Transforming 2020 Predictions Into Reality

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As we settle into January, revisiting the personal 2020 predictions made for yourself might be necessary. Have you lost some steam in meeting those resolutions? Not to worry! We’ll dive into how to avoid common pitfalls in reaching goals and encourage rethinking your approaches to success. Read on for just some examples of how to make those set intentions solid!


Meal Prepping in 2020 – Build a Better Relationship With Food


In the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, it’s no wonder why cooking can sound like a total chore. Why spend hours prepping in the kitchen when your phone can deliver tasty takeout in minutes? But once you see those food delivery bills on your statement, you start thinking about all the other things you could have done with that money. To save time on meal prepping in 2020 without sacrificing on taste, try making slow cooker dump meals! This list is a perfect guide for the kitchen-intolerant; simply set it and forget it. You can even throw a meal prepping party with some friends! Gather your crew together and prepare a different dish each, then pack up portions of each to take home. You’ll have tasty leftovers to last you the week, and won’t get bored eating the same thing!


Going Green in 2020 – Upcycling is Your Friend


Perhaps living more sustainably is your goal for this year! If going green in 2020 is right up your alley, you’re in luck. There are so many simple changes you can make that will promote zero-waste living and boost creativity. Upcycled home decor projects are a great place to start! Check out this link for a few fun projects you can create with objects you already have laying around your apartment at 803 Corday. You can even gift your upcycled projects for birthdays and other special occasions! A homemade present saves you a trip to the store, conserves environmental resources, and adds a special touch to your gift-giving.


No matter what kinds of 2020 predictions you have for yourself, one thing is clear: By starting with small changes first, getting into a disciplined groove becomes much easier. What are some other goals you’re shooting for this year? Let us know in the comments!