2017 Brings Some New Resolutions
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Better skin. Stay out of trouble. Get more sleep. What do these things all have in common?
While many people are sad to leave 2016 behind, some students and teachers plan to change their attitudes as the near year approaches. There are so many different things that you can do to improve your life in the coming year, as long as you put in the effort to make a change.
VHS business teacher Mitch Roshong claims that he can ramble off a few resolutions he wants to have this year, but he figures that by the end of January, he will likely live the same lifestyle he had in 2016. In contrast business teacher Angela Salisbury hopes to takes better care of her skin, because she’s getting “so old”.
Some people are all about changing their health lifestyle, while others relate to kindness and attitude changes. Junior Angie Natalini states, “I would like to make smarter decisions, because I often make bad ones”.
As senior year is flying by, many seniors would like to live life to the fullest before they leave all their childhood friends and family.
Senior Kaitlyn Deo claims she would like to eat better as well as hangout with her younger sister Alyssa before she goes off to college.
“I need to have more fun because I’m going to college soon and cherish the time I have with my friends in Verona,” Joe Trupia expresses.
Some tips and tricks to make your new year’s resolutions last are to one, keep it simple and set only one or two goals at a time. Once you’ve achieved those, then set a few more. Another tip is to choose wisely and make sure you’re being realistic with your choices.
Although it is proven by Statistic Brain that only eight percent of people successfully achieve their resolutions, it never seems to stop us all from trying to make a change in our lives this new year and achieve goals we have put off for a long time.