2020 is Our Year to Get Fit and Get Lit

2020 is Our Year to Get Fit and Get Lit

Every new year, we share our New Year’s resolution on social media. Whether we follow through or not is a different conversation. Hey, no judgment. We’re here to be each other’s cheerleaders.

At ULS, we talked about our goals and our New Year’s resolution. Last year, our resolutions focused more on spending quality time with family. For 2020, however, our resolutions revolve around self-care.

Setting a New Year’s resolution marks an important time in our lives. It’s a fresh start. It’s a reset button. It’s a reminder to take better care of ourselves.

We need to find a balance between work, self-care, and family. You could be trapped in a swarm of tasks at work that you forget the family dinner that’s been planned for weeks. Or you could still be paying for your weight loss plan but not taking full advantage of it.

With that said, here is a list of our New Year's resolutions.


It’s time to get back to the old habits of working out. A healthy body and mind are a good way to start the new decade.


My focus for 2020 is to get back into the habit of drawing regularly while also prioritizing my health and fitness.


This year I want to use my gym membership. 


Eating fewer carbs is my New Year’s resolution because I want to be a better healthy eater.


I love cooking but have not been able to do so as often as I like. This year, I want to cook more delicious meals.


I’ve been meaning to buy a high-quality blender. This year feels like the best time to get one. I also want to get back to the gym and be able to follow good recipes.

What’s your New Year’s resolution? Share below.

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