Friday, December 31, 2010
The new year is about to start. That's obvious because everybody is looking back at how their 2010 has been on Facebook and Twitter. Lists of resolutions and plans for the new year are already in progress. I'm lucky I haven't been sked how my 2010 has been, because I'd simply state the obvious: how difficult it was since it was our last year at school, university plans and the late start with college and all that. We've met so many new people and lost touch with a few. We've had good times and bad times. To be absolutely honest, I can't even actually figure out what happened in 2010 and decide whether it's been a good year or a bad one. Years shouldn't be classified so, right? Perhaps I'm looking too much into this.
Resolutions! If you'd like to make them do so I will not stop you. However, who of us actually keeps these resolutions? In fact, some of us, including me, start t he year being upset at myself for not living up to my resolutions! What an awful way to start the year by blaming yourself, and expecting this year to be different from the very first day! I do believe that if you make resolutions about things you really want to change about your life then you'd actually have a better chance of accomplishing them, than because you're doing what everyone else is doing. They should be because you want the chance!
Celebrations of the new year have to be about family and friends. I'm not sure where I stand on these celebrations. Parties and the likes. Shouldn't such occasions be spent with your family. I guess seeing the people around me, makes me honestly question so many things they do and hope I don't do them when I am old enough to be able to do them.
I hope the new year brings everything good your way! Work hard and good things will come your way if that's meant to happen.
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