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Cool, Expensive or Ridiculous. The most Interesting and Breathtaking Christmas Trees in the World

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What could be a Christmas tree? Lively, artificial, bright, spectacular. Well, come on, strain your imagination. In fact, it can be anything: wooden, chocolate, crystal, precious ... It can be built from bottles, and even old tires. And it will still remain a festive tree.

 

There is nothing left until the New Year. Everyone is waiting for this holiday and, of course, they are preparing for it. Today on Bemorepanda we will show you the most unusual solutions for decorating Christmas trees. By the way, in the role of the forest beauties themselves, they did not always eat. Instead of traditional trees that only people do not use! And books, and skis, and stairs ... However, we will not reveal all the cards. Bemorepanda has compiled a selection of unusual Christmas trees planted in different cities over the years.

 

Most expensive

 

The most luxurious Christmas tree was installed at the Emirates Palace Hotel (Abu Dhabi, UAE). Decorators used gold, diamonds, pearls, emeralds, sapphires, real jewelry worth over $ 11 million to

decorate the 13-meter spruce tree.

 

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Japanese jeweler Ginza Tanaka is considered a specialist in making the most expensive Christmas trees. The showcase of his jewelry store has been decorated with precious trees for several years. For example, in 2012, a stylized spruce 2.4 meters high and weighing 40 kilograms was created from pure gold. The tree was decorated with figurines of famous Disney characters. The New Year's symbol was valued at approximately $ 4.2 million. A year earlier, a 12-kilogram golden tree decorated with ribbons, orchid flowers and hearts of gold was displayed in the window of the same Tokyo jewelry store, each of which cost about $ 1.5 thousand. The gold star adorning the top of the tree cost more than $ 65,000, and the total cost was approximately $ 2 million.

 

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The most brilliant

 

Christmas trees studded with Swarovski crystals or almost entirely made of them are installed annually in one of the cities of the world. Last year, Swarovski designers erected a Christmas symbol in the open air on the famous Orchard Road in Singapore. The spruce was adorned with mirrored snowflakes, a swan logo and Swarovski lettering. When decorating the Christmas tree, 28 thousand crystals were used.

 

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The most budgetary

 

A Christmas tree was made practically from garbage, which adorned the square of Kaunas (Lithuania) in 2011. Several thousand green plastic bottles were needed to create a 14-meter tree. At night, the entire structure was illuminated and looked very impressive.

 

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Another Christmas tree from unnecessary containers was installed in Haifa (Israel). The spruce was 10 meters high and 5480 plastic bottles were used to make it. Energy-saving LED lamps served as decoration.

 

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The biggest Christmas Tree

 

The world's largest Christmas tree included in the Guinness Book of Records is located in the city of Gubbio (Italy). This is a huge (130,000 sq. M.) Light installation located on Mount Indzhino.

 

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The largest living (growing) "spruce" at Christmas decorates the city of Wilmington (USA). The height of the tree is 15 meters, the girth is 33 meters. Although in fact it is a 400 year old oak tree.

 

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And the tallest artificial Christmas tree in the world was installed in Mexico City in 2009. The tree is 110.35 meters high, 35 meters in diameter, decorated with 1.2 million bulbs, has been entered into the Guinness Book of Records.

 

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The "Drinking" Tree

 

Another source of inspiration for designers was alcohol, or rather, alcoholic containers.

So, near one of the shopping centers in Shanghai, the Dutch company Heineken built a spruce from 1,100 bottles of beer.

 

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A Christmas tree was installed in the London Sofitel hotel in 2010, decorated with bottles of French Louis XIII cognac. A crystal chandelier crowned the crown of the Christmas tree. The cost of this installation was approximately £ 35,000.

 

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Meanwhile, in Lynchburg (USA), a "spruce" of 140 barrels full of Jack Daniel's whiskey was installed.

 

 

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The most difficult

 

Christmas trees made from the famous Lego bricks appear in different cities almost every year. In 2012, in the city of Johor Bahru (Malaysia), a 9-meter tree weighing 6 tons was made from 400,000 LEGO bricks. It took 10 weeks to create it. The tree is decorated with more than 300 balls and candles made of legoblocks.

 

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Another similar spruce adorned St Pancras Station in London. The construction of the Lego Christmas tree, 11 meters high and weighing 3 tons, took almost three weeks and 600 thousand LEGO bricks, making up 172 separate parts, which were then connected to each other using a steel rod. The tree is decorated with 1,200 toys, also made from a construction set by London schoolchildren.

 

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The most delicious

 

To the delight of the sweet tooth, French chocolatier Patrick Rogers created a 10-meter spruce using a ton of the best dark chocolate. White chocolate and powdered sugar were used to simulate snow on the tree. Together with the supporting structure, the resulting dessert weighed 3.6 tons. Everyone could taste a piece of this sweet beauty at a price of 5 euros per 100 grams.

 

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And in Singapore, the confectionery company Ferrero Rocher created a Christmas tree from huge candies. In the evening it was illuminated with thousands of lights.

 

Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

 

And finally, a few ideas for creating unusual Christmas trees with your own hands.

 

Creative way to create of a modern Christmas Tree

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Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

 

This is in the name of 2020, Coronavirus Year

Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

 

Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

Прикольные, крутые и нелепые. Самые-самые рождественские елки в мире

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Is life not going as planned? Is life boring, gray and dreary? You need interesting and worthy goals. What goals should you achieve in your life in order to make it more eventful, vibrant, happy, successful and exciting? Yearly goals can be life changing very soon. All change begins with small, positive steps towards a goal.


We love to start a new life from a new week or new year, but the emotional impulse quickly fades away. We forget our set goals, preferring apathy, laziness, and inaction. But by throwing out goals, we betray all our dreams for another life. Which we dreamed and wanted.


Sometimes it is difficult to come up with worthy goals, or they are very difficult and unattainable. You will not need to move mountains, but only take small steps forward.


Anyways there are people who just can't resist this battle, especially with diets and healthy lifestyle. Bemorepanda collected a top of 40 funny memes about how people fail with their diets in the new year.


1.I have to start my new diet


2.Resolutions


3.Well, I tried


4.One does not simply keep the resolutions


5.The whole new year


6.Eat more


7.3 hours of diet


8.When friends help you


9.How is your diet


10.Before going on my 3 days diet


11.Expectations vs reality


12.Look the same


13.Baby Yoda


14.Six pack


15.Changing life


16.No time for that


17.Brace yourselves


18.Trying to start new year


19.Five miles today


20.I don't make new year's resolutions


21.I really want to get in sahpe


22.How i feel after workout


23.Interesting stuff


24.Resolution holding up?


25.New Years resolution was to get a hot body


26.Still fat


27.All right, then


28.Hate everything more


29.Visiting mom


30.Dam I look so bad


31.What exactly


32.Salad keeps making jokes


33.New year resolution


34.Do nothing


35.Implies imperfection


36.Listening to new year's resolution


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39.What about your new year resolution?


40.Don't break your new year's resolution


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Bemorepanda is already in full spirit of the New Year. The air literally smells of Christmas holidays and surprises. Many have already decorated the trees with colorful garlands, New Year's lights and rain. But how can you make the main "heroine" of the New Year's atmosphere different and mega creative?

 

After viewing the photos in this collection, you can add new, crazy and cheerful colors to the festive image of the New Year tree. Experiment, don't be afraid to make a cool style, break all stereotypes! We have been looking forward to this holiday for a whole year, so we have fun!

 

An elegant New Year tree is always the main decoration of the holiday. But there are such trees that not only the New Year's mood will disappear, but also the desire to celebrate this holiday. Be careful and after viewing this post, be sure to look at something beautiful to neutralize the effect.

 

1.Christmas attack

 

2.Invisible tree

 

3.Scary Christmas

 

4.Book tree

 

5.Minimalistic tree

 

6.Upside down tree

 

7.Anti-cats

 

8.Monster tree

 

9.Man dream

 

10.Teleporting

 

11.Star wars tree

 

12.No decorations

 

13.Expectations vs reality

 

14.Ready for a scary Christmas

 

15.Protecting the tree

 

16.Beer tree

 

17.Coronavirus tree

 

18.Two sides

 

19.Do not cross

 

20.Remember the movie?

 

21.Modern tree

 

22.Householding tree

 

23.I'm not here

 

24.Keeping the tree safe

 

25.Not for this house

 

26.Santa tree

 

27.A great tree

 

28.Two sides

 

29.Inventive tree

 

30.Cookies monster

 

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For most, New Year's Day is a global holiday that takes place on January 1st with a slight time shift depending on time zones. The first day of the calendar year plays an important role in different cultures and marks a kind of reset or a moment when everything can be started over. And what about those countries where the New Year is not celebrated on January 1 at all? For many countries in Asia, as well as for the Asian diaspora, present in almost all countries of the world, the New Year takes place from late January to mid-February. The Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is the most important event in the Chinese calendar.

 

If January 1 can simply be remembered as a given, then the date of the Chinese New Year is much more difficult to predict. The day is calculated according to the lunar calendar, an ancient Chinese invention - it all depends on the phase of the moon. Despite the fact that most Chinese use the Gregorian calendar in everyday life, the traditional lunar calendar remains an important part of their lives. Since the date depends on the moon, the holiday is celebrated at different times from the end of January to the middle or end of February. February 12th in 2021 and 1st February in 2022. Don't forget to congratulate your Chinese friends!

 

In Chinese culture, each year corresponds to one of the 12 zodiac animals, as well as a color according to the Wu Xing (Five Elements) system. You can view your Chinese zodiac sign by year of birth! Those born in 2022 are associated with the sign of the tiger, the color of the year is blue, and the element is water.  The Chinese believe that if the sign of the upcoming year coincides with the personal sign of the zodiac, then this year may not be very successful. But do not worry, there is a fairly simple way to avoid these failures. It is believed that red is a lucky color that scares away all the bad luck that your zodiac sign can bring. Wear red clothes and you'll be fine!

 

Bemorepanda collected some really interesting facts about Chinese New Year 2022!

 

 

1. Chinese New Year comes at different times: the date of the holiday varies between January 21 and February 20 and depends on the Chinese lunar calendar. This year, Chinese New Year is on 1st February.

 

2. Each Chinese New Year begins with a new "animal" zodiac sign. 

 

3. The Chinese zodiac signs are a very ancient tradition, which involves naming each new year as the year of one of the twelve animals. 

 

4. Chinese New Year is celebrated in many Asian countries: China, Hong Kong, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam and, of course, Singapore.

 

 

5. On Chinese New Year, it is customary to give Eng Bao - red envelopes with money. Billions of envelopes will be donated during the holiday. In many companies, this is how bosses present their annual bonus to subordinates.

 

6. 200 million Chinese travel long distances on New Year's holidays. In China, approximately 3.5 billion trips were recorded during this period! By comparison, less than 100 million US residents travel more than 50 miles during the Christmas holidays.

 

7. Most of the fireworks take place in China: according to statistics, this is 90% of all fireworks in the world! The ancient Chinese believed that the light and explosion from fireworks frightened demons and evil spirits.

 

8. During the Chinese New Year, many Chinese people who are not in a relationship are afraid of a big family holiday where every relative wants to know "why you haven't got married yet." For this reason, there are many websites and agencies in China through which you can "rent" yourself a girlfriend or boyfriend - just to avoid annoying questions from relatives.

 

 

9. Although the new year comes in winter, the Chinese call it the "Spring Festival" (春节 chūnjié /chwn-jyeah/) because the "beginning of spring" (February 4-18) is the first period in the traditional solar calendar. While winter weather prevails, the "beginning of spring" marks the end of the coldest part of winter, when the Chinese have traditionally looked forward to the beginning of spring.

 

10. The Chinese zodiac years are a very old custom. Years are called one of the 12 animals in the zodiac cycle. For example, 2022 is the Year of the Tiger. Many Chinese still believe in astrology and other New Year superstitions.

 

11. The Chinese have a proverb, "the whole year is planned in the spring" 一年之计在于春 yinyan zhiji caiyuchun. This reflects the attitude of Chinese tradition towards the New Year period. It is still very cold, but the holiday marks the end of the coldest days. 

 

12. People welcome spring and what it brings with it: crops and harvests, new beginnings, the hope of a better life, a better job, that everything will be fine during the year.

 

 

13. Also, the Chinese New Year is often informally referred to as the "lunar new year" because its date is determined based on the phases of the moon. And since the Chinese New Year is calculated using the lunar calendar, its celebration falls each time on different dates from January 21 to February 21.

 

14. And although China has officially switched to the Gregorian calendar, like the rest of the world, the lunar calendar is still very important. Many traditional holidays are calculated to be celebrated according to the lunar calendar.

 

15. The Spring Festival lasts exactly 15 days. During this time, working life in the Middle Kingdom freezes, the people of China have fun, relax and celebrate the holiday with their families.

 

16. Chinese New Year is one of the most important and revered holidays. The most important component of this holiday is family reunion. Everyone has to go home for New Year's Eve dinner.

 

 

17. In today's China, most elderly parents live in rural areas while their children work in cities. Moving around the country back home and on vacation is called chunyun 春运, or spring migration.

 

18. Even on ordinary days, the subway is packed. Imagine what happens during the Chunyun period. Also, the earliest you can buy train tickets is 60 days. This leads to crazy excitement, there are real battles for tickets. Thousands of tickets are sold per second.

 

19. The Spring Festival was originally a ceremonial day. On this day, they prayed to the gods, asked for good weather, a plentiful harvest, etc. Also, people prayed to their ancestors and addressed them as gods.

 

20. Following the customs of their ancestors, the Chinese do not sleep on New Year's Eve and set off fireworks and explode firecrackers at midnight, scaring away monsters and bad luck. In the morning they blow up the firecrackers again to welcome the New Year and the good luck that comes with it.

 

 

21. On the same night, families also burned counterfeit paper money in honor of their deceased loved ones. They believe that the offerings will bring good luck and fortune to their ancestors in the afterlife.

 

22. Due to safety concerns and air pollution concerns, many Chinese cities have banned fireworks, and more than 500 cities also have restrictions on their use.

 

23. But many look at it through their fingers and still fire salutes. In Beijing, the ban was lifted in 2006 due to an angry public.

 

24. If you are in China during this time, you will watch fireworks and hear firecrackers go off for at least three nights, if not for several weeks.

 

 

25. In the New Year, you can not take a shower, so as not to wash away good luck. Sweeping the floor and throwing garbage is also not allowed.

 

26. However, before the Spring Festival there is a day during which you can put your house and yourself in order. On this day, everyone should get rid of bad luck and make room for good luck.

 

27. What else is taboo during Chinese New Year?

Cut hair;

Use scissors, knives and other sharp objects;

Argue, quarrel;

Saying negative words (such as "death" and "sickness");

Break and ruin things.

 

28. During the Spring Festival, gifts are exchanged. But Chinese children also receive something else: red envelopes.

 

 

29. The so-called red hongbao (红包, hóngbāo) envelopes are a very popular way to give a gift in China. Paper money is placed in an envelope and presented with wishes of well-being and good luck.

 

30. Red envelopes can also be given to relatives, friends, employees and colleagues.

 

31. With the New Year holidays approaching, many single people in China are starting to feel uncomfortable. The fact is that in the Celestial Empire a sense of family is very developed. It is very important for a Chinese person to raise a child and leave him his last name.

 

32. There are even special apps to help single adults who live and work in big cities find a soul mate... temporarily. Such applications are especially in demand during the New Year holiday period, when single men and women tend to feel acute pressure from family and relatives in order to settle down and get married.

 

33. Dumplings 饺子, Jiǎozi, jiaozi are the favorite food of the Chinese on holidays and according to Chinese tradition, if there are a lot of dumplings on the table, then good luck awaits you in the New Year.

 

 

34. Therefore, dumplings are an indispensable attribute of the festive table, and their joint production is a good tradition. Modeling dumplings is a rather painstaking and lengthy process, which is accompanied by lively communication of the audience. Therefore, for many Chinese, dumplings symbolize happiness and harmony in the family, as well as the unity of all its members.

 

35. In Chinese, the word "dumplings" - "jiaozi" sounds the same as the word "changing hieroglyphs", only pronounced in a different tone. On the night of the New Year, from 12 o'clock to 1 o'clock, there is a change of two symbols - the new year and the old one. For example, this time the year of the Pig is replaced by the year of the Rat.

 

36. Also, dumplings look like a copper coin "yuanbao", so eating dumplings is considered "reception of capital."

 

 

37. Traditionally, the first few dumplings are sacrificed to the ancestors, the second ones are sacrificed to various deities. At this time, older family members offer a prayer for the happiness and well-being of the whole family in the new year.

 

38. In fairness, it should be noted that the tradition of eating dumplings on New Year's holidays is more common in northern China. In the south, people prefer to eat Chūnjuǎn spring rolls (Chinese pancakes with various fillings) and glutinous rice balls in a soup called Tang Yuan 汤圆 tāngyuán - dumplings, dumplings (rice flour balls stuffed with sweet or meat, in soup).

 

39. Remember the legend about the horned monster named Nian? He was frightened by the loud explosions of firecrackers, the bright light of fireworks and the red paint on the houses. Since then, fireworks and the color red have been an important part of New Year's celebrations. It is customary to celebrate the Spring Festival in red robes, even if it is the year of the blue water Tiger.

 

40. In the Western horoscope, each sign of the zodiac corresponds to its own animal. There are 12 in total for each month. There are also 12 animals in the Chinese horoscope, but each animal symbolizes one year. These are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. 

 

 

41. All the positive features of these animals are bestowed on people born in the corresponding year. The Chinese horoscope plays a much larger role than in Western cultures. Your pet can decide your career, health and success. Make sure you know which animal you were born into!

 

42. Traditionally, several generations live under one roof in China. And when a guy brings his wife into the house, she settles in this house too. And accordingly they celebrate the New Year as one big family. Visiting her parents' house on New Year's holidays would mean problems in marriage, which could bring trouble to her husband's entire extended family.

 

43. It will hardly surprise you, but the Chinese eat dumplings (jiaozi) on New Year's Eve as well, because this is the most popular traditional Chinese dish. It is worth noting that China is a fairly large and very diverse country, so the menu of the New Year's table will differ significantly from region to region. 

 

 

44. For example, someone may choose niangao (年糕) - glutinous rice cookies, and someone - spring rolls with poultry or fish. All these dishes are associated with something positive and bright, energizing for the year ahead.

 

45. The TV show Chunwang is somewhat reminiscent of our Blue Light. This is a fairly young tradition, which gradually spread throughout the country. 

 

46. The TV show "Chun Wan" or "Spring Gala Festival" is an annual entertainment show on China Central TV (CCTV) with music, dance, comedy shows and other performances. 

 

47. The first show was released in 1983, and gradually Chunwang became the most watched TV program in the world. 

 

48. Over the years, it has become part of the mandatory New Year's program, and many Chinese people stay at home with their families specifically to watch this TV show. 

 

 

49. However, the younger generation is not so interested in watching TV shows and prefers to leave this business to their parents, skipping family viewing if possible. Be sure to ask your Chinese tandem partners about this show - someone loves it, someone hates it, no one is indifferent. This will definitely be an interesting topic for discussion.

 

50. As the name suggests, Chinese New Year is a 100% Chinese holiday. In fact, this holiday has become popular in many countries due to the spread of the Chinese community outside of China. Western countries are full of Chinese markets and areas (Chinatowns), where the New Year is celebrated exactly according to the lunar calendar.

 

 

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New Year- new life. Who among us has not written some resolutions for the 2022 New Year? "This year I promise" "I will change my life for the better." Sounds familiar, right? But all "dreamers" are divided into two types: those who only dream, and those who turn promises into goals and make dreams come true. So how do you get into the second category and really start a new life over the new year? Let's figure it out together.

 

We've compiled a list of the most popular New Year's resolutions, so to change ourselves on this momentous night. And they also looked ahead and thought: what prevents us from fulfilling them? 

 

Set realistic goals for yourself. Perhaps a flight into space will remain a dream for you. Assess how realistic this goal is for you. Although ... Perhaps there are no impossible tasks - for some it is only necessary to put in more effort.

 

Don't set yourself too many goals and objectives. The quieter you go, the further you'll get. You should not rush to drastically change your personal life and career at the same time. Focus on one global goal, and then tackle another.

 

Weigh the pros and cons. If you decide to change jobs, do not cut from the shoulder, do not quit on January 1. First, decide what you want from your new job, and keep in mind that you still need to pay the mortgage. If you want to lose weight, do not go on a hunger strike and do not go to the gym.

 

Top 30 New Year Resolutions ideas in 2022

 

  • Help in animal shelters, hospitals, orphanages - not only with finances.
  • Tell your loved ones more often that you love them. It's always nice, even if they know it.
  • Do a crazy thing. Jumping with a parachute, going around the world - everything that has always been feared.
  • Hand over the license / Buy a car. In fact, having your own car is not what absolutely everyone wants. But this point will definitely not suit you if you prefer to know all the taxi drivers and minibus drivers in the city by sight. Or you don't want to fight with your personal driver.
  • Be more attentive to your health. Even if you are an incorrigible workaholic, health should be more important.
  • Less worry about what others think of you. You cannot control what others do and think, so you should not focus on this.
  • Engage in self-development and enroll in courses. Find what you like and go ahead, master a new business! It's never too late to learn.
  • Buy a subscription to the fitness center. And not only buy, but actually go there. Or do fitness at home - whatever you like best.

 

Decide on an action plan and resources needed. Break your goal down into small tasks and make a list - you can even print it out and hang it on the wall for clarity. Certain goals require certain resources to achieve. It takes money to go on vacation. And making money is another sub-goal.

 

Try to do something of your plan every day. Often we are frightened by the magnitude of our own goal, and we subconsciously postpone it for later. This very "later" will never come, if nothing is done for this. It is impossible to read War and Peace in a day, but if you read one chapter or EVEN a page a day, then you yourself will not notice how you turn over the last page. Is it difficult to learn a foreign language? Get in the habit of learning one new word a day.

 

 

  • Spend more time with your family. In the daily hustle and bustle, we often forget to devote time to those closest to us. And it's worth seeing each other not only on holidays.
  • Spend more time with your friends. Friends will always support you in difficult times, so find time for them, and not just for your favorite work.
  • Take pictures more often. Photos are precious memories. And with Photo Manager, you can easily sort your photos by album without wasting a lot of time.
  • Be less nervous about trifles and learn not to take everything to heart. Some things and events are completely impossible to control, so you shouldn't worry about them, especially in the new year.
  • Travel more. Stop being jealous of travel bloggers, it's high time to become one of them!
  • Move to another city / house. Sometimes we just need a change of scenery. And with the move, more opportunities open up: new acquaintances, a new job.
  • Learn a foreign language. The second most popular promise. There are a lot of reasons to learn: you can watch TV shows in the original, travel calmly, and it is also useful for the functioning of the brain.

 

Set realistic deadlines. You can hardly learn to play a musical instrument in one hour. Decide how much time you need to fulfill your dream. Take with a small margin and margin of error for unforeseen situations. Perhaps you can even divide the path to success into several stages and reach each stage gradually.

 

Defeat your laziness. Often we leave something out of fatigue and laziness. This is especially true for losing weight, playing sports or learning foreign languages. You need to make a schedule and make it a rule to follow it. After all, it is worth skipping one workout or postponing the study of grammar until tomorrow - and there is a high probability that you will never return to the gym, and the textbook will be covered with dust.

 

 

  • Learn to play a musical instrument. You don't know you have talent until you try.
  • Learn to save money. Start calculating expenses. Don't waste your money on useless things. And spend the saved money on something really necessary.
  • Learn not to be late. This will help avoid reprimands from superiors and disgruntled looks from friends.
  • Protect the environment. Give up plastic, use a bike, participate in volunteer activities ...
  • Limit your intake of junk food. We all not only love burgers and pizza, but we are well aware of the consequences to which they lead. If you do not completely abandon fast food, then at least reduce its amount.
  • Save up for what you have dreamed of for so long. Let it not even be an apartment or a car, but something less ambitious - but with your own money!
  • Less surfing on the Internet / phone / social. Networks. While we spend time in front of a monitor screen or with a phone in hand, life passes by.
  • Finally, make some renovation. To fix what has been broken long ago. Create comfort at home. Throw away what is not needed for a long time. Buy new cushions, fix a dripping bathroom faucet, change your boring wallpaper. New Year is a time for change!

 

Conquer your fear. Many tasks seem overwhelming. But if you don't give up and don't stop at difficulties, everything is possible. Denied a casting or interview? Prepare better and try again.

 

Find outside support. Sometimes we need the support of family, friends, loved ones. Try to win them over to your side - together everything works out easier. Or find a community of like-minded people on the Internet: participate in marathons, "challenges" and relay races. But this does not mean at all that if you have not found support, you need to say goodbye to your dream! Move towards your goal no matter what.

 

Start a new life not tomorrow, but today. The longer you wait, the more likely it is that this promise will carry over to the next year. Take action! The diet does not start on Monday, but right now.

 

 

  • Read more books. Do not try to chase lists of books that "must be read before N years." Read what you like.
  • Get organized. Making a to-do list and completing it is much easier than you think!
  • Have a pet. Dog? Cat? Do not forget about fish - the most unpretentious pets.
  • Do not live in debt / Do not take loans. Situations, of course, are different, but it is much more pleasant not to resort to financial assistance from a bank or friends.
  • Tidy up sleep patterns. Get up earlier, go to bed earlier and, most importantly, get enough sleep.

 

 

  • Fall in love / Marry / Get married. Finding your soulmate is the cherished dream of many.
  • Overcome your main fear. Public performance? Fear of heights? Begin to gradually learn to deal with your fears.
  • Eat homemade food, not convenience foods. Learn to cook. Homemade food is much tastier and healthier than store-bought salads.
  • Finally finding time for your hobby. Really for a hobby. Embroidery, skiing, numismatics. And no, lying on the couch is not a hobby.
  • Change image / Change appearance. Change your T-shirt to a formal suit, jeans to a dress, dye your hair or change your haircut. All in your hands.

 

 

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