• If you're planning on fitting more workouts into your busy schedule or maybe just becoming more organized in your everyday life, then make sure you have a 2016 calendar planner. This way, you can write down your engagements and make sure you stay on track with your goals. This fresh gold planner will make it even more exciting to be organized.

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  • Looking to clean up your act in 2016? Try to jump-start your digestive system by drinking warm lemon water first thing in the morning. There are many benefits to drinking this citrusy beverage—think of it as an overall cleansing for your system.

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  • If you're planning on going hard in your workouts in 2016, then start prepping your body for those sweat sessions. Sneak some fitness into your day—squat it out while brushing your teeth. It gives you twice each day to focus on building that foundation for a stronger, healthier body. You'll feel much more prepared when you start up that boot camp class on January 1.

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  • So, you want to find your zen in 2016? Start out with a quick meditation session once a day. Taking just five minutes to try to quiet your mind will set you up for the new year. Fit this beginner meditation routine into any part of your day. Beginning the routine is half the battle—once you establish that habit, it will be easier to dive deeper into your meditation practice.

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  • A 2016 resolution that is more common than we think is making the effort to stay in touch with friends and family. This is shockingly easy to let slip. Use your day planner and pick a person for each week to reach out to. You could even commit to a Sunday phone call. Let that happy feeling you get from calling a friend inspire you to keep up your efforts in 2016.

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  • Want to start gardening in 2016? Having fantasies of a homegrown salad? Test the waters this winter by planting an indoor herb garden. Dipping your toes into the gardening game will prepare you for the big leagues come springtime.

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  • A lot of people aim to fix their sleep issues in the new year. Try to deep-clean your room before January 1—declutter, vacuum, and change the sheets. Having a fresh, organized room will calm your mind before each night's sleep.

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