Updated: Jan 6
New Year's Resolutions aren't effective, in my opinion. Because it's just a statement you make. You say something like "This year, I'm going to the gym more often." But with such a vague statement, you're setting yourself up for failure.
That's why I'm here to tell you that this year, you will set realistic goals that you will actually achieve. Say something like "This year, I will go to the gym 3-4 times a week, focusing on cardio." When the goals are specific enough, you are more likely to work towards them and crush them.
There's something else I want to tell you.
Make this year count, make it memorable.
Go out of your way to do the things you've always wanted but were too afraid. Do what makes you happy, like actually happy.
Make real and genuine friendships with people who care for you and want the best for you.
Take lots of pictures, 20 years from now, you're gonna want lots of photos and memories to look back on.
Travel the world, visit places you haven't been to before and explore different cultures/ways of life. Start new hobbies like playing sports or journaling.
Educate yourself, because knowledge is a never ending fountain that you can always take from.
I pray that this year is full of blessings, of good news. Of "You got the job!" and "You've been approved." and "You've been accepted." I pray that everything you've ever wanted comes knocking on your door and all your dreams come true.
I pray that you become the best version of yourself.
Here's to 2022. The best year of your life.