Personally, I have never had a list labelled “New Year’s Resolutions” on top. They were kind of all in my head; what I wanted to accomplish, what I wanted to do, how I wanted them done. A list seemed like a hassle to me. Plus, it was so much easier with them in your head, cause then, when you’re about to do something, there’s like a little post it note in your head on how you’re going to do it.
This year though, I had actually put up a list on my little cork board, it reads:
MUST ACCOMPLISH THIS YEAR
- Eat less sugary stuff
- Write down ALL assignments [yeah, even the little ones that your English teacher gives]
- Spend less
- Drink more water
- Keep blog active
- Keep goals in check
I actually put a copy of this on the front of my binder, notebook [where I put my topics for posts], and planner since I really want to remove my bad habits. Like, when you do something or remind yourself to do something, it becomes a habit. And those are habits I want to pick up.
I honestly don’t know if that list is considered New Year’s Resolutions. But basically, I have to fulfil those sort-of-promises to myself. So I self-proclaimed it my personal New year’s Resolutions
I’m really sorry that my New Year posts are short :< I just really don’t do anything big on New Year. The reason behind that will be put up another day