There’s something refreshing about a brand new year. It feels like, no matter how many mistakes you made in 2017, you’ve now got a chance for a clean slate. You can wipe away the mess and start again. So if you’ve been busy reimaging who the new you is going to be, we have a fun idea for celebrating this transformation!
Escape Your Old Self.
Nobody is 100% satisfied with everything about themself. Maybe you should really do laundry a little more often or you eat out too much. Perhaps you’d like to have more patience or to exercise more. Whatever it is you don’t like about yourself, lock that part of yourself in a cage. Actually lock all of you in a cage. And as you escape through your cleverness, communication, and curiosity, imagine leaving everything you don’t want to bring into 2018 behind.
Have a Fun & Empowering Experience!
Creating resolutions and writing goals for the future should be fun and inspiring. You should be looking forward to how amazing you are now and how you’ll improve by leaps and bounds over the next 12 months. An escape from a locked room can be an amusing and challenging opportunity to symbolically leave your old self behind. And if that seems to hoaky, it’s also just a lot of fun!
Set SMART Goals.
It seems like many Calgarians work towards the same resolutions every single year. It’s frustrating to never achieve your goals. But the problem isn’t you, it’s your goals. A SMART goal will be Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timebound. That means, instead of setting a vague goal like eat better, you should set a specific goal like eat at least 5 servings of fruits or veggies everyday for the next month. Not spend more time with the family, but schedule an escape from a locked room with your family for every friday.
At Esxoss Manway, we’re happy about the new year. We love the fresh energy we get, and we’re excited to try new things and continue our journey towards our goals. If getting out of your house more is one of your 2018 resolutions, why not schedule your escape at Esxoss Manway today?