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New Year's resolutions list
by TeenHelp May 1st 2023, 01:12 PM

New Year's resolutions list
By Emmie (Golfing girl)

A lot of people make New Year's resolutions every year and they do not accomplish what they have picked and just give up because they either pick too many things or they are unable to complete what they have picked. Let's try a different way and see how we can complete our New Year's resolutions list together.

Step one, make a list of things that you want to do or change about yourself. For example, exercise more, helping out your family, friends, neighbors or someone who you don't even know. Pick up a new hobby, learn to love yourself more and find other amazing things to do.

Step two, pick just one thing from your list and complete this before you start another task. Working towards too many goals at the same time may make you feel overwhelmed and unable to complete your list.

Step three, after you have completed your first one, pick another to try doing and you can always try doing this with someone in your family or a friend to help you. Continue this process of focusing on one goal at a time.

Step four, try not to give up on whatever you have picked. If you want to learn a new hobby or something else and you are having a hard time, step back from this for a while and then keep trying again until you have it. Because you are stronger than you think you are, don't give up.

New Year's resolutions are a wonderful thing to do because when you take the time and you are able to complete what you want to, you are becoming stronger and more confident in yourself. Be proud of yourself for trying and taking the initiative for your personal growth.
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