The New Year is usually a promising time of planning and anticipation. Many people, including older adults, welcome the New Year with resolve to improve or maintain their health. This can mean any number of activities and lifestyle changes depending on one’s outlook, experiences or health conditions. Older adults and their caregivers have a fresh unmarked calendar to begin to make small shifts in daily routines and changes in attitudes towards challenges, both mental and physical. While resolutions may seem clichéd, putting together a few thoughts for approaching the New Year can offer an opportunity to reorient oneself. Below are a few goals to consider.