This year, I’m not going to have a new years resolution.
Because honestly, who ever keeps theirs? (I don’t.)
And even if I ever do try and make one, and then don’t keep it-I feel like a failure, or I just feel bad about myself. But I know that’s not a true reflection about myself, so this year I’m doing something different. Instead of focusing on one major change in my life, I’m going to try and focus on smaller things, but not be so distraught if I don’t follow through with this one.
Because we should never take life too seriously, it’s not like we make it out alive anyway.
A bad habit I’m going to break:
Biting my nails!
A new skill I’d like to learn:
A person I hope to be more like:
Both my Mom & Dad-so much giving and so much drive.
A good deed I’m going to do:
Buy a family’s meal, once a month.
A place I’d like to visit:
Ireland, Scotland, the South Beach Flea market in San Fran!
A book I’d like to read:
A letter I’m going to write:
One to my grandparents every month.
A new food I’d like to try:
This is a hard one, maybe greek food?
I’m going to do better at:
Being nicer to people close to me and opening up more to those I don’t know that well, and not being quick to judge.
This year, I encourage you to not have a new years resolution-I promise, it’ll be worth it.
(below is a link to a cool video of my year in pictures!)