Lol Normally my resolution is to lose wight ... But I never finish through with it. So this year, my resolution is to lose an ounce. My friend is doing the same thing too. also, we plan on doing an all milkshake diet.
I don't bother with New Years resolutions because I believe the best way to progress is to be constantly looking for things you could make better. In other words, I make new resolutions practically every day.
Yes and I always follow through with at least one of them. My main one this year is to finish my movie. And my other one is to lose weight, which I still haven't lost as much as I'd like to, but I'm really close I'm not obese and some people would tell me I don't need to lose anything, but I just want to lose about 10 pounds nothing too big
Every year I've made a resolution, and ever year I've broken it. This year I resolve only to become proficient at something that will make me more valuable to the world we live in. Something like... oh, I don't know... playing horse-shoes, maybe.
Yup.. mostly follow through.. but something s can't change cause other people don't want to change themselves and thus, hinders the reasoning on about more then half of my resolutions.. *shrugs* mostly non-art res's though.
I've never really done a new year's resolution before, at least not seriously. This year though I have a few. Because they're honestly things I want to change about myself and change things in my life. New years is simply giving me a more definite starting point and way to phrase and plan some things.
Yes but I never follow through. Not because I don't try. I just haven't seemed to figure out a method to make it work. My resolution for the past 2 years has been to stay in budget and I've yet to do that. I think I've managed to fine tune it now though so here's to 2013 being a successful year!
I see no point. If I really want to change something, improve something, or whatever else why must it be important to have with the coming of the new year? No! It I want to change or improve something about myself or something of the like than the start of a year shouldn't be the reason why. Its just as bad as someone giving texting, starbucks, sweets, or some little thing that isn't of a huge importance to give the weeks before Easter for Cathloics (and I'm too lazy to fix that word)......... ............................................okay sweets is reasonable for someone who is dependent and really needs to giving them up to improve health......
I frequently say things like "I'm gonna do this and I'm not going to do that", but I keep doing/not doing them anyway. The only resolution I have for this year that I will have no choice but to do is to improve my Japanese by even a little over the course of my time out here in Japan so I can at least carry on a conversation of sorts.
I haven't made a resolution the past few years...I think this year I'm going to try to eat healthier. Usually too tired to cook after classes and studying, but I don't want to start gaining a crapload of weight either.
I do make resolution, and sometimes I follow through. Other times I forget what they were.... But this year I will remember! (Yes, everyone probably says that every year... Will it actually happen? Who knows!)
I just pretend I'm going to work harder at everything the next year and be a better person all around. The only thing I get better at is knowing the last second to which I can procrastinate before I should start my essay due the next day.