New Year’s Resolutions

by Peter Lyden

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New Year’s Resolutions are a list of self-improvements that help to make the upcoming year better than the previous.  While I always create a list of resolutions, I thought I’d pass on this tradition on to others…

New Years Resolutions can be daunting, but give them a try!

1) My first resolution is to take part in volunteer organizations and charities. It is indeed something that I’ve always been big on and want to pass on to others. It is always important for people to get involved in help out their community.

2) My second resolution is for people to get involved in sports, such as golf, tennis, soccer, or cross country and track.  Sports are a great way for people to meet each other and test out their athletic skills.  Some people can gain new opportunities to improve their social lives while testing out their athleticism.  It also gets people out of the house, away from the TV, and doing things.

3) My third resolution is for people to create and maintain good study habits. This can be done by forming strong study groups with diligent friends or classmates.  This can improve grades and spark lasting friendships and connections with each other.  Forming study groups can also mean the difference between passing tests and projects and failing them.

Overall, New Year’s Resolutions are a big list of ideas that I feel everybody can benefit from.  It can help to improve lives, socially, physically, and academically.  It is, in general, a very good way to start the new year.

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