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2022 New Year’s Resolutions For San Franciscans

Jeff Howard January 3, 2022

Creating New Year’s Resolutions can be an arduous task for anyone, but when you live in a city with so much to offer, your 2022 goals can be both enjoyable and healthy. Whether you’re looking to learn more, relax more, or just get outside more often, here is a list of New Year’s Resolutions For San Franciscans to take on this year. So get out there and have a lovely 2022, San Francisco!

Achieve Better Fitness

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No membership needed, Trinity fitness centers are open to all residents!

Likely the most popular resolution no matter where you live, achieving better fitness during the new year is a great way to improve both physical and mental health. Luckily, Trinity offers seven different apartment communities across San Francisco with fitness centers available to all residents. Many of these spaces have been recently renovated, and we invite you to explore our apartments and fitness centers at 1177 Market, 1190 Mission, 1188 Mission, 33 8th, 888 O’Farrell, 1550 Bay, and 2000 Broadway!

Venture to Nearby Beaches

Clipper Cove Beach - Kirby Beach

SF may not feel like a beach town, but The City by the Bay has plenty of beautiful spots to visit.

While San Francisco beaches may not get the attention other California coastal cities receive, there is a boatload of delightful spots to take in the views and play in the sand. The immaculate San Francisco coastline is the perfect place to relax, play with your pup, fly a kite, or even surf and swim! Just across The Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County, the Marin Headlands present an excellent day trip that can be visited by car, ferry, bike, board, or foot!

Hike Around The City

Lands End Lookout - Golden Gate Park

Urban hiking is a must in a city with such great weather and stunning scenery.

Believe it or not, you don’t need to leave the city limits to find an array of scenic hikes with no shortage of elevation changes! San Francisco is a city of hills, and each of them provides unique vantage points of The City skyline and nature all around. SF’s network of urban hiking trails cross many iconic neighborhoods and traverse through endless green spaces and parks that make you forget you’re still in San Francisco.

Cook Fresh & Local Food

Ferry Building - Metropolitan area

No matter where you live in San Francisco, there is a Farmers’ Market nearby!

Positioned just a short drive from California’s fertile Central Valley, Farmers’ Markets are plentiful across San Francisco. Selling fresh and local fruits, vegetables, meats, grains, fully-cooked meals, and more, a weekend trip to Farmers’ Market is an excellent and fun way to feed yourself while supporting local businesses. The City’s largest and most well-known Farmers’ Market is found at the Ferry Plaza, where 40,000+ shoppers visit weekly to purchase local food and try offerings from farmers, vendors, and renowned Bay Area chefs.

Utilize Public Transit

Cloudsplitter Gondola - San Francisco cable car system

SF’s Cable Car system makes riding public transit fun, unique, and historic.

All San Franciscans know that parking can be a challenge in The City, and utilizing public transit is fun, fast, and affordable! SF has multiple transportation options, with Cable Cars and Streetcars most recognizable. These colorful and historic transit systems glide around San Francisco’s most popular destinations. Stops are available just outside 1000 Chestnut, 2140 Taylor, and Trinity Place!

Read More Books

Fort Mason - Alcatraz Island

Find yourself a scenic spot to get lost in your favorite book this year.

What better way to better yourself than by diving into some quality literature in 2022? Discovering the perfect book isn’t always easy, but there is no shortage of enthralling stories about San Francisco that are sure to help you love the city you call home even more! We encourage you to visit a local bookstore such as Green Apple Books or City Lights Bookstore, or you could also visit the SF Public Library.

Go For A Swim

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Trinity SF is proud to offer five communities across San Francisco with resident swimming pools.

Finding somewhere to swim in San Francisco is no simple task; however, there are five communities across The Marina, Mission, Civic CenterNorth Beach, and Pacific Heights neighborhoods with pools for resident use! Are you looking to add an at-home swim session to your daily routine? Check out our availability at 1550 Bay, 240 Dolores, 888 O’Farrell, 2140 Taylor, or 2000 Broadway. Of course, swimming pools aren’t the only place for SF residents to take a dip. Brave the calm but cold waters of Aquatic Park Cove if you’d like to test out swimming in the bay!

Take Time to Relax

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Time spent away from your apartment doesn’t mean you need to go far.

The last couple of years have certainly been hectic, so finding some time for yourself to relax is an excellent way to recharge your internal battery. While some urban residents may feel confined to their apartments, we are proud to provide an array of beautiful amenity spaces for residents to use. Our newest community at 1177 Market features a Conference Center, Media Room, Tech Lounge, Library, and outdoor Veranda available for various purposes. View them in 3D here!

Adventure With Your Pup

The Painted Ladies - Nob Hill

Are you getting tired of the same old dog park? San Francisco is filled with dog-friendly spaces!

Many San Francisco residents welcomed new four-legged friends into their lives recently, and it’s time to get out there and show them what this great city is all about! The City by the Bay is loaded with wonderful dog parks perfect for your pup to play and mingle with new friends. Positioned all across SF’s famed gardens and recreational grounds, a trip to the dog park is just a few blocks away! Dog-friendly homes are also available at 1177 Market, 33 8th, 1190 Mission, 1890 Clay, and 1059 Union.

Give Back to Your Community

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Nothing feels better than taking time to help those in need.

Helping the local community is always an excellent option no matter the time of year. Multiple organizations including the SF-Marin Food Bank, Hands On Bay Area, & each offer programs that could use volunteer assistance or donations. Improve yourself this year by assisting those in need around you!

Love Where You Live

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If you don’t already love where you live in SF, it’s time to find a new home!

With the holidays wrapped up, the New Year is an excellent time to get focused on finding the home of your dreams in The City that you love. While Trinity SF offers studio through 3-bedroom homes across San Francisco’s many neighborhoods, a new opportunity awaits within 1177 Market at Trinity Place. Filled with brand-new finishes, top-of-the-line amenities, and sparkling views, SoMa’s latest community will soon feature The City’s largest Whole Foods.

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