Do you have good New Year’s resolution ideas for 2016?
Whether it’s getting in shape or saving more money, everyone has a goal for the New Year. While some live with the “go big or go home” mentality, others choose something small. No matter which group you belong to, getting some fresh ideas never hurt. Here are some New Year’s resolution ideas to give you a jumping off point:
Balance your budget. While many people dread balancing any sort of budget, it isn’t a bad idea in the slightest. Keeping a balanced budget can help secure a better, brighter financial future. You don’t have to tackle the whole thing at once. Instead, try to plan your expenses week by week and stick to the budget.
Improve your personal life. Something many try to do, improving your personal life, life outside of work, can be challenging, especially if you’re pinching pennies. New hobbies are a great way to brighten up your life and many don’t cost much, if anything at all.
Renew bonds. We aren’t talking bank bonds here! Bonding with those you love is a fantastic goal that will help both yourself and your friends and family. Set aside time each week to be social and spend time with your loved ones.
Let us at Cambridge Classic Ford know if you decide to try out any of these New Year’s resolution ideas!
In the new Ford GT, you will be looking through a Gorilla Glass windshield!
The Ford GT had quite a few firsts, notably ending Ferrari’s winning streak at a certain international race. Now it’s set to be the first production vehicle to hit the road with a Gorilla Glass windshield. Commonly found in smartphones, Gorilla Glass is made by Corning Inc. and is sure to set the standard for the next generation of supercars!
Gorilla Glass is scratch resistant and 30% lighter than traditional windshield glass. As a result, the new Ford GT will see improved handling, better fuel efficiency, and less chance of glass damage.
As a whole, the use of Gorilla Glass over regular windshield glass results in the supercar shedding 12 pounds. That means better acceleration and braking as well. As an added bonus, the entire car’s center of gravity is lower thanks to the reduced weight.
Gorilla Glass is 25% to 50% thinner than standard laminated windshields. Its strength, however, matches or exceeds its traditional counterpart. Both the front and back windshield will be made of the glass. Thinner and stronger, Gorilla Glass in the new Ford GT is likely to pave the way for other mass production automakers as well. Let us at Cambridge Classic Ford of Cambridge, OH know what you think!