New Years Resolutions

Its a new year of 2017 and that means New Year’s Resolutions. In this blog post I will be writing about my new years resolution. I will also be writing some facts about the tradition.

I’ve never made new years resolutions before in the past, but I decided to make some this year. One of my new years resolutions is to be more confident in myself. Last year my confidence level was really low, including when I was playing sports. I just hope that this year I would be more confident. The last new years resolution I have to complete this year is to be more of myself around people. When people first meet me they might think that I’m a quiet girl that doesn’t take a lot, but in reality I’m the complete opposite. When you get to know me you would know that I am not a quiet person and I’m very talkative.

There isn’t very many people who make new years resolutions. Only 45% of Americans usually make new years resolutions, 17% of  Americans infrequently make new years resolutions, and 38% of Americans absolutely never make new years resolutions. 8% of Americans are successful in achieving their resolutions, 49% of Americans have infrequent success, and 24% of Americans never succeed and fail on achieving their new years resolutions. The top ten most used  new years resolutions is lose weight, getting organized, send less and save more money, enjoy life to the fullest, stay fit and healthy, learn something exciting, quit smoking, help others in their dreams, fall in love, and spend more time with family.

That was my new year’s resolutions and facts about the New Year’s Eve and New year’s Day tradition. I am really hoping that 2017 will be a good year and I want this year to be even better than last year.

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One thought on “New Years Resolutions

  1. A timely post! Research shows that you are more likely to stick to your resolutions when you write them down, so good for you! By writing this post, YOU are more likely to keep your resolution.

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