New years resolutions – old tradition or something people actually do?
This is a bit cliche. Its a new year and I’m determined to write an article on New Years resolutions. And I can say for sure I’m neither the first nor the last one to write an article about that.
Before we get started, I’d like to say I’m not the type of person to have new years resolutions. I realized a while ago that it doesn’t work like that on me. Even if I decided something, it generally didn’t last longer than two weeks and I figured why even try? It’s not going to work and instead of focusing my energy on something useless, I could direct it to do something useful.
Even though I stopped having any new years resolutions I know a lot of people still do that, despite most of them giving up some time later. I decided to assemble a list of, what I think, are the most popular ones:
- More exercise
- Healthier diet
- Better organization
- Stop stressing over unnecessary things
- Spending more time with family and friends
- Decluttering personal space
- Trying out new things
- Learn to let go of grudges
- Learn to be more confident
- Plan for the future
This is pretty much it. I don’t know if you have found any of this familiar, I don’t know if you do any of this or not, but if you do, I won’t do anything else than wish you luck.
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