16 Jan New year’s resolutions
Hello Spaneasiers! How are your classes going? Are you Learning a lot of Spanish? We hope you’re having a wonderful time in our school! With the New Year we are back with recharged batteries and ready to bring you the best content, that’s why today’s post is about some of our New Year’s resolutions so you can get some ideas to make yours!
The first purpose Is certainly to learn a new language or brush up what you already know from one. We know that sometimes going to class can be a bit of a pain in the neck, but what better way if you join a friend and start this adventure together? Everything is better in company and more if you can go to class, do your homework and study together. If this is a purpose you want to achieve, try our courses!
On the other hand, if you are already learning a language and want to practice it, what better way to propose for the new year to meet interesting people to practice? This purpose is very easy if you go to class and talk to your classmates or meet for a drink later. Also, there are many monthly activities where many people sign up every day, and who knows, maybe you’ll meet people who will become lifelong friends!
In addition to learning a new language and practicing it by meeting new people, if you want to do other things why not looking for a new hobby? You can start the year doing what you wanted so much: start painting, go to singing lessons, play a sport, write, cook more and better dishes, and a long etcetera. Look for something you have always wanted to do, but you were afraid or lazy to do! 2020 will be your year 😉.
Finally, a classic among New Year’s resolutions: eat balanced and do more sport or look for one. It is one of the most common intentions, but it is never too late to take care of your body and health by having a healthy diet and doing some sport. Who knows, maybe when you eat healthier you realize that you love cooking, or you start practicing a new sport and you make a lot of friends.
We are ready for 2020, and you? Tell us in comments what your New year’s resolutions are! Don’t forget to make many plans at Christmas, if you need ideas, here are some ideas. See you in class!