The New Year is the perfect excuse to reminisce on the past and determine future resolutions. Typically, the most common resolution is to get fit and eat well, but looking past the physical, what else do you think would be on the list?
After a simple google search it’s found that procrastinating less is a front runner up, meeting new people is another, earning more money, becoming happier, watching less TV, reading more and so on. Whilst all seem fair, individually we seek custom solutions to fit our idea of ‘happiness’.
So what about two thousands and sixteen? According to the Chinese calendar, it’s the Monkey Year. If you were born in 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, and 2004, then this year isn’t so good for you – sorry. The good news is, for the rest of humanity it’s perfect for witty, intelligent, and magnetic personalities.
Personally, my resolutions are shaped around the typical of getting fit and eating well, doing the maximum one could, reshuffling priorities, spending every minute possible being awake, few undisclosed changes, and when all else fails, God doesn’t.
30’s the new twenty, An You so hot still
You’ve got class & style
Street knowledge by the pound
Baby never act wwwwild
Very low key on the profile If I could take the time
To lay it on the line
*Screams Adele* Ne ne Ne ne Ne ne Ne ne