How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions
No matter how long you’ve been in a relationship, dates are essential for reconnecting and touching base with your partner. While Valentine’s Day is the biggest date night of the year, there is a ton of pressure to make perfect plans. Avoid the stress and get creative on February 14th by making a DIY date night crate for a memorable night! Before choosing which date to plan, get a reusable box or crate big enough to hold everything you’ll need for your night.
If you want to get in shape:
1. Get a Partner
Keep yourself on track by finding a gym buddy! You can hold each other accountable for your choices, and you’ll always have someone to lean on when you’re thinking about giving up. If you can’t find someone as committed as you, join a workout class!
2. Grab New Workout Gear
When you look good, you feel good, so make the gym your runway with stylish gym wear. Bag some Performance Athletic Socks with Arikool Technology, designed for ventilation and breathability to manage moisture and provide comfort.
If you want to dress better:
1. Plan Outfits in Advance
A major issue with trying to dress better is not having enough time to pick a good outfit. Eliminate this excuse by choosing what you’ll wear for the week on Sunday evenings. With more time to think, it’ll be easier to put together pieces that work.
2. Invest in Quality Pieces
Trends come and go, but some pieces are lasting wardrobe staples. Invest in high-quality classics and spend less on the season’s latest fads. Berkshire Non-Binding Crew Socks are comfortable yet durable, and they’ll never go out of style.
If you want to get a new job:
1. Look the Part
First impressions are important, so make sure you’re going to the interview looking your best. A well-tailored suit and polished shoes will always impress, especially if you wear some Bamboo Dress Socks, with Arch Compression Technology to keep you comfortable all day.
2. Network, Network, Network (and then Network Some More)
Don’t just look at job boards for open positions! Use your connections to find out who is hiring and secure a spot at a great company. Make sure you update your resume and LinkedIn profile to put your best foot forward.
If you want to save money:
1. Stay in
Going to the movies, morning coffee and after-work drinks can add up, so save some of your paychecks and stay in! Read that book you keep putting off or catch up on your favorite show and still have a great time. Slip on some Women’s Cotton Knee High Boot Socks for a cozy night in.
2. Start Small
Making a budget is a daunting task, so start by changing small spending habits to get a headstart. Cook a meal instead of ordering takeout, and don’t impulse buy in the grocery store checkout line. You can even put away a small amount of money from each paycheck to have a few hundred dollars in your savings account by December!