Resolutions are promises we make to improve ourselves.
Revolutions are actions we take to improve the world around us. Coincidentally, revolutions (pedal strokes) are also how we make a bicycle go.
Personally, my resolutions also involve revolutions.
- push more revolutions on my bike
- help foster and continue the revolution to end the cycle of hunger
Some of the more popular resolutions include
- Lose weight
- Eat healthy
- Learn something new
- Quit smoking
- Better work/life balance
- Volunteer / help people
- Save money
- Get organized
Several of these popular resolutions improve both our lives and the world around us. The better we are, the better we can serve others. It’s rather basic, matter of fact, it starts within Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Once you are able to create resolutions, you have reached the self-actualization stage and then can help others who are struggling with the base and most common need – food.
No matter your New Year’s Resolution, make a plan to help you continue the positive changes in your life (and the world you live in) throughout 2014 and beyond. If your resolution has anything to do with health or helping people, signing up for a Bike Out Hunger event will give you the motivation to keep on track. You’ll make yourself accountable and meet a group of people who are dedicated to healthy living and helping others and will help you on your way before, during and after the event.
Get plugged in to a community that is Actively Ending Hunger.