New year, new me! At least that’s what everyone says and most often it doesn’t really work like that. Yes, I agree, the new years resolution is most often bullshit, in a matter of fact, new year – 1st of January or whatever you call it – it’s all just a date. A date like any other, but it’s true that we do change during a year, maybe we won’t start right away, you won’t lose weight in January, nor succeed in finding a boyfriend in February, or maybe you will, who knows.
The only thing I know is that you make the changes in you life, you’re the only one who can make it happen, especially for the better. If you are counting on someone to drop a boyfriend on you in your school’s halls so he can pick up your books after and fall in love with you…yeah that’s not going to happen anytime soon. Nor will Santa Clause, or the magic fairies do your exams and bring you good grades, you are the only one that can make it happen.
So, this is why I DO believe in making your new year’s goals, why not? Set your goals and work for them, first of January is just one of the 365 days you can choose from to start your plan, if this is the date you chose, good for you!
My new year’s resolutions? I believe that the last few years have been very good for me, I am working harder every year, learning from my mistakes, working on changing some of my bad habits. It’s a slow process but I am getting there. For now, my goal is to do well on my exam session in January and travel a bit more this year. I also really want to level up in Spanish and Italian by the end of the year, so I guess this is also one of my goals.
I wish everyone a really joyful new year, filled with love and happy moments spent with close people! And for the students out there, ace those exams!