Katie Rieth ‘19
“New Year, new me!” *everyone’s eyes roll.* I mean, don’t get me wrong, some people say this and live up to it. However, if you’re anything like me, you just gave up on your “resolutions” a long time ago. In fact, I didn’t even set a goal for myself this year because I knew how hopeless it was. I’m still trying to fulfill my resolution from 2011 which is “Stop being sarcastic.” It’s a work in progress.
As you can imagine Twitter is blowing up with New Year’s resolutions such as: eating healthier, working out, cutting out negative people, staying positive, and maybe, just maybe crawling out of your hole of a bedroom for once. I know as well as you do, that none of us would ever crawl out of our holes given the chance, except maybe for brownies-or to pee. Below are the reality of New Year’s resolutions.
I believe we can all relate to this, but, more pizza and less cake.
This has become the reality of New Years.
Look familiar? Thought so.
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