A hasty decision (and an indulgent Christmas) could land you with a New Year’s resolution you may quickly forget.  So why not skip the unrealistic promises, and ease yourself into the New Year with manageable lifestyle changes –  inspiring you to maintain a positive healthy outlook throughout 2015?  How?  See our tips below…

Whether you were Host(ess) with the Most(ess) or an award winning Best Guest, everyone deserves me-time in January. The skilled therapists at Chi Yu Wellness Centre offer expert advice and a wealth of treatments including acupuncture, massage therapy, reflexology to relax and refuel any weariness. Or if you’re looking for a Day Spa then head to the Chuan Spa at the Langham Hotel for an overwhelmingly calming experience in tranquil surroundings.

Maybe you need to reconsider the way in which you approach exercise? Join and take part in the varied menu of classes and facilities at Third Space Marylebone, which include a boxing ring, climbing wall and power plates. Guaranteed to ignite motivation for a healthy 2015!

Inspired by the principals of dance, a Barrecore class in Cavendish Square is an essential workout targeting all major muscle groups whilst stretching and reshaping the body. Incorporating conditioning exercises with the ballet bar, their experts can design a personalised programme for you.  Even better, you can sign up to join their virtual classes to keep up with your commitment from home.

Get clean and lean with healthy shakes and smoothies. Sports nutrition specialists say to build muscle, burn fat, stimulate energy and maintain concentration, at least seven hours sleep every night is vital. So refuel and refresh post fitness class in the airy rustic premises of The Natural Kitchen. Then warm yourself inside and out with a trip to the Marylebone Farmers Market on Cranmer Street which is crammed with a multitude of stalls offering locally sourced produce including cheese, jams, cakes, flowers, meat, fish, vegetables, herbs and delicious take away lunches.

After feeding your body, feed your soul and book seats for a performance at Wigmore Hall (from Friday 2nd January) or take a cultured stroll through the treasured galleries at The Wallace Collection.

For us, this looks like the perfect start to 2015, but you be the judge.