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New Year Resolutions

Wishing you a Happy New Year! Here’s some easy goals to get you started.
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The New Year is right around the corner and before you know it, the clock will tick 12 and become 2024. Each year people around the world create a new year’s resolution that tends to last only a month. However it’s the thought that counts. New Year’s resolutions range from small to big, just a tiny change or a pretty big one. 2023 has been a big year with many things happening but what will come in 2024?

 New Year’s resolutions are personal commitments we make to start the year off right. They can be about self-improvement, like hitting the gym more often, or spending more quality time with family. The key is to set achievable goals and stay motivated. Here’s some easy goals to set for the new year:

  • Get more sleep
  • Eat better 
  • Improve grades
  • Join a club
  • Try a new thing
  • Overcome procrastination

Your goal can be anything that you want to achieve. However don’t stress over not achieving your goals. Each day is a new day to improve and get better or to just try again. It’s all about progress, not perfection. New Year’s resolutions serve as a fresh start, a chance to make positive changes in our lives. Whether it’s about health, relationships, or personal growth, it’s the commitment that matters. Here’s to making the upcoming year the best one yet! 

 

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Sadie Regardie, Reporter
Sadie Regardie is a freshman at West Potomac. She is currently playing on the JV field hockey team and is hoping to also play for West Po soccer later this year. It's her first year in journalism and she hopes that it won't be her last. Some of her favorite things to do are shopping, hanging out with friends, playing soccer and going to the ocean. She cannot live without her dog, friends and family and last but not least pasta.

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