Have any of yours made the list – and have you searched them on Google yet?
2016 has officially started, which means only one thing – New Year’s resolutions. But if you’re a little worried about what you should be improving on this year, Google has the answer, as it has just released a list of the most-searched for New Year’s resolutions terms to get you motivated this year.
According to Time, Google’s list of New Year’s resolution search terms looks at the top 10 ‘how-to’ questions that spiked in search the days before and after New Year’s Day 2015. And though the results for the most part probably won’t be too much of a surprise to you, we can definitely see a trend…
From learning how to make kale chips to getting rid of stress, it seems taking on the New Year is all about improving oneself. And if that means finally learning how to cook our greens – albeit as a healthy, yummy snack time treat – we say bring it on. Though we have to admit the ‘how to crochet a beanie’ one does warrant a head scratch or two…
But the most air-punching resolution? That’d have to be: ‘how to write a resignation letter’ – because what says taking on the New Year better than finding your dream job?
Source: NBC via Rebloggy.com
Here are Google’s top 10 New Year’s resolutions:
1. How to get rid of stress
2. How to make kale chips
3. How much water should I drink to lose weight
4. How to write a resignation letter
5. How to cook lentils
6. How to cook cabbage
7. How to write a letter of recommendation
8. How to cook collard greens
9. How to steam broccoli
10. How to crochet a beanie