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New Year's Resolutions

Jan 06, 2014

It’s a New Year which means time to turn over a new leaf and leave your old habits behind. When the clock strikes midnight, it’s time to think about how this year you can be better than the year before. Here are some New Year’s Resolutions to get you started!

New Year's ResolutionsIt's a New Year, so get ready to make some changes with a few New Year's Resolutions
 

Get Goal-Oriented

We all do it, putting off big goals because sometimes it’s scary, whether it means trying to getting better grades, making the softball team or just learning to be on-time, use January as a jump start to completing all of last year’s dreams.

New Year's ResolutionsMake goals that will boost your confidence, like getting better grades
 

Organized and Awesome

Your room is a mess, right? Maybe this year, it can change. Buy containers to down and clutter and a calendar to make sure you never miss a thing and your homework’s in on time. Trust us, being organized will let you sleep better at night.

New Year's ResolutionsGettting organized is a great way to make a new start
 

Money Matters

The holidays are expensive, once you’re done buying presents for friends and family (as well as a few for yourself) you’ll probably find that you have the empty-pocket blues. Don’t fret, January and February are a great time to reign in your spending and start saving for summer fun.

New Year's ResolutionsHas buying present left your pockets empty? Get thrifty in the New Year
 

Health and Fitness

Another great part of the holidays? All the treats and big dinners. But a whole month of candy and eggnog can leave you feeling a little less than great. Getting healthy and fit in the winter can be hard, but your body will thank you (and you’ll feel better, believe us).

New Year's ResolutionsIt's important to stay healthy, especially after all the gorging on treats during the holidays
 

Foes to Friends

If you have any old grudges, consider this the time to settle it and work it out. New Year’s is a clean slate for everybody, so make sure you feel like you’re getting a fresh start by settling any arguments you have with friends, family and schoolmates. Remember, they want this year to be better just as much as you do.

New Year's ResolutionsThe New Year is the perfect time to let go of old grudges and even become friends!
 

Learn Something New

Have you always been interested in Martial Arts? Cooking? Art? Make 2012 the year that you act on it! Take a class, buy a book,  or create a group with you and your friends so you can learn something new together. You can never have enough skills in life, and the New Year is the perfect time to start becoming the person you’ve always wanted to be!

New Year's ResolutionsLearn something new this year by taking a class or starting a group
 

Have Your Say

What are your New Year’s Resolutions this year? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

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I_LOVE_FASHION!
they had a typo in the last paragraph! they said 2012 instead of 2014! haha!
commented: Mon Jan 13, 2014

XxCryXx

XxCryXx wrote:

I just make a wish, sometimes they dont come true..
commented: Mon Jan 13, 2014

sanayairani1001
good :)
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