What Other People Think About

September 19th, 2016

New Years Resolutions.

At the end of December and at the beginning of January, people tend to make the resolution that they are going to eat healthier and exercise more. At first they are serious about implementing it, ┬ábut when it comes time for the new year, they end up making the same resolution again because they failed at it the previous year. For the first part of the year people make time to exercise and crack down on eating healthier. Then Valentine’s Day roles around and the temptation of chocolate and sugar overpowers one’s willpower. At that point all motivation is lost and people claim they are just “too busy” to exercise.

My point is that I think people think about New Year’s Resolutions to be a serious matter at first, but then a month into the new year, people tend to give up and then think of it as a joke. The phrase, “I’ll try harder next year” hardly works.


2 Responses to “What Other People Think About”

  1. fuglsang on September 22, 2016 9:14 pm

    So, why does this come to mind in September, Rachael? Did something happen that made you think of New Year’s resolutions? Did you just recently break yours?

    I’ve been thinking about resolutions and “self-improvement” lately, but I never do the New Year’s thing.

    Don’t forget about short, one-topic paragraphs. Some things are useful no matter what you’re writing.

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