Every year I see the same boring resolutions that will last for a max of two weeks. I know that you will not step foot in the gym come February. Also, those cigarettes will be calling your name in the first weekend of January. Here is three resolutions that are easy to do, and would make you less of a shitty person.
1. Be Kind
Honestly, out of all the people I come in contact with during the day, only a small percentage are actually nice humans. Would it kill you to say please, thank you, excuse me, I'm sorry? What are you gaining for treating people like crap?
That waitress you did not tip can't get a better job because she goes to school full time working on her career and can only work nights to make money to pay tuition. That retail worker can't help the prices, your card getting decline, the computer being slow, or the length of the line you're standing in. Stop being so grouchy and try to be more understanding in 2018, please for the sake of the rest of us.
Its not all about you. Stop being selfish in 2018, what a concept.
If someone had bad day, let them talk about. You don't have to one-up someone, it is not a competition on who can have a shitier life. Just listen. Open your pierced or unpierced ears and shut your mouth. People really do appreciate someone who cares about what they say. This can make the world a better place or at least make you a better person. This is truly an easy concept. Practice while watching a Youtube video or look up a "how to become a better listener tutorial" or just call (yes, call not text) a friend and ask them how their days was and then shut your mouth....
3. Stop Being So Offensive
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD quit being so offensive. Everyone is weird, everyone has secrets and everyone has their own opinion. Its really ok to have your own opinion, to love who you want and look like how you want to look. People, just get over it! Here's an idea... just mind your own business. If someone says something that you don't prefer to hear, just ignore it. If someone does something you don't like, just don't do it too. If someone has a different opinion, respond with using your "nice words." Something we should have all learned in kindergarten. I promise you will feel better about yourself in the long run.