My New Year's Resolutions
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My New Year's Resolutions

My New Year's Resolutions

Most people have “New Year's Resolutions” whenever it's a new year. They keep their resolutions to themselves and accomplish them before the year ends.

As for me, I always set my goals high and keep them to myself. It doesn't matter if my goals are impossible or easy, I want to accomplish the goals and be happy. I always write my “New Year's Resolutions” on my notebook, so I can keep in touch with them. Here are my New Year's Resolutions:

  1. Explore in Oregon

After the Spring semester, I'm going to Oregon and staying at my friend’s, Christian, house over the summer. I've never been to Oregon before, but I can tell it's a great state, becaude of the city. I want to explore over there and go for a run every day. Also, I want to make videos while I'm there.

  1. Make Dean's list

I've never made Dean's list in college, but I'll get over a 3.0 GPA every semester, not a 3.5. So this year is the year to strive for it.

  1. Make the ASU track team in Fall

Last year, I told all of my friends that I'm going to try out for the track in the Fall of 2016, but I didn't, because I doubted myself and said that I'm not going to make the team. However, I feel confident that I will make the team in the Fall of 2017.

  1. Take no L’s

In 2016, I took a lot of L’s, when it comes to arguing or etc. However, 2017 is the year that I have to step my game up and bounce back. (Make sure you guys listen to Big Sean - Bounce back.)

  1. Be on a diet

I eat a lot of junk food non stop especially when it comes to Pizza, In N Out, Panda Express, etc. I don't want to get fat and look like Nutty Professor. So, I want to be on a diet in 2017 and stay fit.

1. Hike

I don't hike that much. However I want to hike every mountain in Arizona, especially the Grand Canyon.

Those are my New Years Resolutions and I will accomplish them by the end of 2017. As Joel Embiid always says “TRUST THE PROCESS”

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