At the start of a new year, we all make a list of things that we want to accomplish in the new year. For a lot of people, the lists appear to be similar. And while these goals are worked on for a little bit, most of the time they do not actually continue to be accomplished as the year goes on. For some they last a week, for others a month, but rare is it that people keep up with their goals during the entire course of the year. Below is a list that will probably look pretty similar to what yours may have looked like for a few years, but that you tend to slip up on as the year progresses.
1. I'm going to work out every day and get into shape.
2. I'm going to eat healthy and give up junk food.
3. I'm going to give up social media and focus on seeing more of the real world.
4. I'm going to work on self love and having confidence in myself.
5. I'm going to clean out my closet and give clothes away to those who need them more than me.
6. I'm going to go out more with friends rather than lay in bed and watch Netflix.
7. I'm going to let go of those in my life who don't appreciate me.
8. I'm going to focus on school and study every day.
9. I'm going to give up cussing and saying bad things.
10. I'm going to stop procrastinating so much.
11. I'm going to work a lot and save my money wisely.
12. I'm going to get more than four hours of sleep every night.
13. I'm going to be independent and focus on me and forget about being in a relationship.
14. I'm going to travel outside of my comfort zone more.
15. I'm going to show up early to everything and stop sleeping in until two in the afternoon.
Happy New Year! May your resolutions last more than two weeks!