It’s here, as every year, but this time it’ll sign the end of a decade and you probably didn’t realise it till now.
The new year, as always, comes with good purposes and projects and we couldn’t renounce to make a list of the 6 best New Year’s resolution for 2020.
Let’s specify you won’t find any “join a gym”, “eat less carbs” and “find love” on this channel. So, if you are looking for the best New Year’s resolutions, you’ll get just the most honest suggestions here, and they are going to involve food, of course. Let’s start:
1. Learn something new every day
Instead of just trying something new, what about learning something new every day next year? There are plenty of opportunities to find out things you didn’t know. So, get curious: signing yourself up for a drawing class is not what we mean. Buy a new ingredient from the supermarket, research about it and find out all the ways to cook it. In this way, the next time you go to a restaurant, you’ll surely know what a kangaroo tartare with dragon’s breath blue cheese tastes like…maybe.
2. Be more generous and share more
It’s not about being more generous with your pets or friends, it’s about sharing good things and contribute, support, be part of something. It can be joining a local community; it can be cooking or selling goods for charities, it can also be walking your neighbours’ dog, if they have a dog.
But, you can also be generous sharing your tech knowledge to make your friends’ life a little easier when it comes to book a restaurant with discounts, for example.
3. Save money
This resolution is connected to the previous one. If you find a way to save money when eating out, then apply this concept to all the expenses in your life. T&C’s apply, so, goods like morning coffee, Saturday’s pizza and Friday drinks are safe. Just remember to book through BigDish to access discounts.
4. Visit an elder relative and take them out for dinner
This could sound a little odd, but we are not suggesting you to go and do the next 2020 hospice tour. Note yet. How nice would it be to take your grandma or auntie out for dinner? Reconnect with the ones you never have time for, they will surely enjoy eating out again: the best thing to share is food, overall.
5. Cut on buying material goods
Do you really need to buy something every week if not every day? No you don’t. And it’s not just to save money, it’s also to reduce waste and help the planet with a more sustainable lifestyle. This does not only apply only to material goods, but also to food. Aim for a zero waste kitchen and support local restaurants when you can, the planet will thank you!
6. Refresh your manners
Manners are not old fashioned, manners are everything you need to go through your day without having a nervous breakdown. If everyone will read this New Year’s resolution, then we could probably witness an exponential positive change in society. Since the reality of facts is that not everyone has manners, if you know someone who doesn’t have them, teach them. Especially in public spaces like transports and restaurants. Doing this will make you earn double the points from point 2.
With all these suggestions we can’t promise you’ll have a rich, amazing, unforgettable and remarkable 2020 but, we will try to help you achieving at least half of those objectives with our restaurant discounts, every day.
With BigDish there is no need to wait for the new year to come to make your life easier.
Download BigDish App today, and dine smarter every day of 2020.