2016. It took you a whole year to get here. And it’s time to resolve. After gym memberships, language learning is one of the biggest booming New Year’s items which you must absolutely add to you extensive list of awesomeness you are preparing to begin next week. Over-reaching goals is the name of the game. The only thing more popular than New Year’s resolutions at this time of year are websites that talk about how to keep those resolutions or those that tell you why you can’t or won’t.
What’s a resolver to do?
Ready for the ultimate top 10 list of how to make all your New Years resolutions come true?
I was originally tempted to do a 2016 goals thread similar to the monthly one. But then I realized that monthly goals are so far superior to yearly goals, so that post already technically serves as a resolution thread. So what are we doing here? Sarcasm and New Year’s? That’s just wrong. I’m supposed to give you some positive message that will make everything better.
Well here goes:
You accomplished what you wanted in 2015?
You didn’t accomplish what you wanted in 2015?
You don’t need a resolution for 2016. Stop doing whatever you did that didn’t work, and start putting in the effort and make the sacrifices to get exactly where you want to be.
Achieving your goals is severe. Anyone can do it. Most won’t. You will. Just don’t let anything or anyone stop you. 2016 is as good a place to start as any.
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