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Finding a little more “you” time

Posted January 5th, 2018
2018

Using public transit is a great way to find more time to care for yourself.

It’s a new year. So it’s the perfect opportunity to look at how you spend your time. Many of us run around ragged every day. But maybe this year, we can adopt a little bit of Hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”), a philosophy from Denmark. People all over the world are embracing the Hygge way of life. It’s a philosophy that focuses on finding more time, simplifying our lives, and learning to unwind. But who has the time to fit that in? Luckily, a ride on Foothill Transit means someone else does the driving, while you can catch extra sleep, look up delicious meals to motivate yourself to eat healthier or fit in some meditation time. Having time for yourself can help to make you happier. Even saying Hygge makes us smile!

Positive changes for the New Year

It turns out 41% of Americans make resolutions every year. Most New Year’s resolutions involve some goals for a healthier lifestyle. Unfortunately, 80% of resolutions fail by February. How can you stick to your goals? Having a partner keeps you motivated and helps you stay on track. Here at Foothill Transit, we’re making resolutions for the new year, too. We aim to operate a safe, efficient, and effective transit system, as well as to provide outstanding customer service. So let’s be partners in keeping our resolutions this year.

We’re in this together

When you write your resolutions down, you’re more likely to stick to them. Let us know what your New Year’s resolutions are by posting them in the comment section on our Facebook page. We’d love to see you reach your goals for a successful 2018. And perhaps add in a little Hygge.

https://www.statisticbrain.com/new-years-resolution-statistics/

https://health.usnews.com/health-news/blogs/eat-run/articles/2015-12-29/why-80-percent-of-new-years-resolutions-fail

http://www.visitdenmark.com/denmark-hygge

http://www.newsweek.com/how-stick-your-new-years-resolutions-545070

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Categories: Commuters, Holidays, How To