2015 New Year’s Resolutions

It’s here! The big 2015; the year Marty McFly from “Back to the Future” traveled to.

Of course with a new year comes a new you, new mistakes, new wishes, and especially new resolutions.

For those who don’t know what a “New Year’s Resolution” is, it’s something resembling a goal that you would like to accomplish in the new year.

For example Annabel Flores (7) said, “My new year’s resolution is to get better in math. I need help with math because I know I struggle in that subject.”

According to www.usa.gov , the most picked New Year’s resolution of this year is to lose weight. Of course right in second is to volunteer or to help out more.

Also, according to www.statisticbrain.com , only 45% percent of Americans make or set out a New Years’ resolution. Also, only 75% of people carry their resolution out through just the first week and then quit.

There are many reasons to make a resolution for yourself even if it’s to lose weight or to beat a new video game. Set goals for yourself and reach high this year.

Here is a picture of Arlette Aguilar's (7) New Year's Resolution list.

Arlette Aguilar’s (7) New Year’s Resolution list.

What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

Say good-bye to 2011 and hello to 2012! It’s time to start off fresh for the New Year. And a new year means a new you! Forget about what you did last year, you need to start doing stuff you haven’t done yet. Like meeting new friends, getting better grades in school, or falling in love.
“My New Year’s resolution is to put homework first and get 80’s and above in my classes. Another one is to learn how to skateboard again, because I would learn how to skateboard but then I would stop, so I would forget how to skateboard. My plan is to complete all my resolutions.” Says Valeria Zerbe (8). “What my New Year’s resolution is, is to try to stop eating candy!” Says Jean-Pierre Marc-Charles (7).

There can be many different resolutions, as everyone thinks differently, but whatever your resolution might be you should go out there and complete it. Just remember that a new year equals a new you, so it’s your decision whether you want to change or not.

                                                                                                                                                                                            By:Courtney Davis