Resolutions You Should Never Make on New Year30 Dec, 2017 3612
The phrase that we often listen as the New Year approaches is ‘new year, new me,’ and most of the students list the resolutions that they would make. Everyone has a different thought behind these resolutions such as they want to be a better person, improve relation with friends and family, give more time to themselves, get inspire to be generous, etc. To achieve these aims, they plan to read more books, go for holidays, join some classes or clubs. But, according to the survey, eighty-eight percent people fail to keep these commitments because we can’t be sure about future and let's accept the fact, we are lazy, ignorant and habitual to our daily life.
So, when all of you are thinking about the resolutions that you could make, we have a list of the resolutions students should never make.
Here we go:
1. Lose weight
When you are in college, you always want to look perfect and fit to get attention from your peers. For this, you might decide to join the gym to lose a certain amount of weight. You want to get rid of those extra kilos because you are scared of body shaming and want to look good always. Firstly, never change yourself for others instead accept what you are and try to be a better person inside. Secondly, as per research, only five percent can keep the promise and 85% gain back more weight. Paying gym fee is easy but regularly going there and following the strict diet is the main task and most of the people fail in this. This is not intended to demotivate you if you really want to lose weight, then you can do it at any time of the year and not compulsorily as a New Year resolution.
2. Stop procrastination
Many of you have a habit of postponing your college projects and other tasks because of laziness and mood swings. So, one of the common resolutions among students is to stop procrastination in next year. Don’t you really think there are great chances of postponing this commitment too? If you are habitual to delay your work every now and then, this is quite an impossible resolution to keep.
3. Unrealistic travel plans
Majority of students love traveling, and they have a list of destinations they want to visit with friends in the next year. Your plan may include abroad trips, cruising, road trips and even solitary excursions. There is nothing wrong with this resolution, but the problem arises when you have unrealistic ideas and goals. Such plans are easier said than done. You mark ten to fifteen places that you think you would definitely go in a year which is difficult to do or decide to go on a cycling or biking trip which takes days to complete, but you need practice and determination for these. So always decide logically.
4. Spend less time on phone
Are you someone who is addicted to your phone and planning to make this resolution? Come on, you know you are going to fail in this one. As soon as you wake up the next morning and your phone will show notifications or updates, you will be restless to check it, forgetting all about your resolution. So, why make such promises and that too for New Year when Facebook and Instagram would be full of latest posts for at least a week.
5. New Year, New Me
As mentioned earlier, this is the frequently repeated line by students. No stress, no complaints, will spend less money, surely find love, and what not? You decide a complete transformation for yourself. But, do you really think you can change yourself completely in an instant? Let a week or month pass, and you will surely be getting back to square one.
If you really want to do something then you don’t have to wait for the New Year to make a resolution, you can do it whenever you are ready from within. But, if you choose to make a resolution next time, just think about something that is realistic and viable for you. Also, always plan what you want to be and not for anyone else.
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