New Years resolutions.

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vestigalrex510
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How can I think of New Years resolutions?
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What do you want to achieve?

Most common ones are things like losing weight, getting fit, stopping drinking or smoking.
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identify something you've been needing improvement on (like fitness, grades, friendship etc.) basically if u could have anything (that isnt bought with money, or physically impossible) what would it be?
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I never make any, as I very rarely stick to them, I guess that would go for a few people.
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I half assed stuck to my resolutions from last year, I said Id join a fitness club, which I have done but turnup like twice a month. My new years resolutions/goals this year are as followed:

Quit eating so much junk food
Go some weeks without alcohol
Turnup at my fitness club more
Exercise more (ties in with the above)
Complete videogames I’ve bought but not really played
Save money (I want a new car in 2021)
Complete side projects
Work on improving job prospects

Last year my goal was to pass my driving test, which I did 3rd time round.

I see nothing wrong with making resolutions it really does no harm. People say they are pointless because they get broken but surely thats down to the individual... if you have 10 resolutions and stick to even just 1 or 2 then its been worth it.
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by removing the idea that they need to be done in the new years!
the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the second best time is today, the worst time is to wait until next week when youre fully capable now
identify what you want to change and make small, gradual steps towards it. i didnt decide two years ago on new years to suddenly eat healthier, i decided gradually over the course of weeks to broaden what i knew to cook, and then introduced healthuer ingredients with the knowledge i had built up
january shouldnt be when you pull your sleeves up, a wednesday in the middle of may can be just as life changing
best of luck!
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