So it’s 2016, the champagne has been popped, the calories have been ingested, we’re all in desperate need of a detox, and there are a slew of people posting their resolutions. I, personally, despise New Years resolutions because, frankly, no body ever sticks to them. Furthermore, someone needs to put an end to the awful phrase “new year, new me.”
Sure, you may want to improve yourself or a specific part of yourself in the upcoming year, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. Instead of dubbing it a “New Years Resolution,” call it a goal or, even better, a lifestyle change. Doing so makes a world of difference in your long-term perspective on that goal, and sheds a more positive light on said goal.
Let’s face it, it’s really only another day in another year, that does not make anyone any different than they already are. No more growing lazy, no more excuses, and no more unfulfilled promises; it’s time to stick to your goals and change your mindset. It’s time for new year, improved me.
2016 is a big year for me: college graduation, getting my first “real deal” job, travelling to Europe for the first time, moving back in with my parents (which is an adventure in itself), and so much more. I intend on having many goals throughout the year, in fact, keep an eye out for a blog post about my goals coming soon!
Have a blessed week!