Grey Squirrel © Eileen Leary

Take 5: New Year’s Resolutions

If you’re struggling to come up with good resolutions for the new year, perhaps try taking a tip from nature. Here are photos from our Picture This: Your Great Outdoors photo contest of some wildlife that wants to inspire you to live your best life in 2018.

Want more inspiration for making the most of the new year ahead? Visit massaudubon.org/resolutions for our handy guide!

1. Resolve to eat more fruits and veggies.

Eastern Chipmunk © Jill Skibel

Eastern Chipmunk © Jill Skibel

They’ll help keep you strong and healthy!

2. Resolve to recycle more.

Gray Squirrel © Eileen Leary

Gray Squirrel © Eileen Leary

Nature needs our help, so check out our guide for more tips on living sustainably.

3. Resolve to play more.

Red Fox Kits © Janet MacCausland

Red Fox Kits © Janet MacCausland

It’s good for the body, heart, and mind.

4. Resolve to stop and smell the flowers.

Eastern Chipmunk © Tracy Myers

Eastern Chipmunk © Tracy Myers

Living in the present keeps you grounded.

5. Resolve not to bite off more than you can chew.

Least Tern Chick © Sandy Selesky

Least Tern Chick © Sandy Selesky

Because, after all, life is all about balance…

Female Mallard Duck © Solinka Molinero

Female Mallard Duck © Solinka Molinero

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