Everyone always puts a huge emphasis on the “new year” with crazy resolutions and goals that they must accomplish in order to make the year successful. Most often, these goals get forgotten until the end of the year when you reflect on everything you didn’t do…this year you should focus on all the good that happened and the opportunities that will come to you in 2015!
Maybe you’ll be transferring schools, starting your freshmen year of college or ending your college education-whatever you’re doing, make the most of it!
Instead of stressing yourself out with unrealistic resolutions, here are a few that you can actually accomplish this new year:
-Let things go-stop stressing over things that you cannot control!!
-Learn how to do something new: cook a new meal, try to ski or learn how to knit.
-Leave your phone in your pocket and enjoy the company you’re with.
-Actually tell someone when you like something of theirs instead of just thinking it.
-Try to keep in touch with both old and new friends.
-Make your bed every morning.
-Drink more water.
-Call your mom more often.
-Have more solo dance parties!
-Don’t be so hard on yourself.
-Smile at everyone you see!
-Think of others more often: volunteer, send cards, donate, etc.
-Accept the bad times, but enjoy the good ones 🙂