December 30 2016

Resolution Maker or Resolution Faker?

Whether you love New Year’s resolutions or hate them, there are tons of people who agree with you and tons who disagree with you. While some feel New Year’s resolutions are a way to get a fresh start at life and reach some new goals, others feel as though you should change your life and reach your goals at anytime, not just on New Year’s. Check out some confident, fabulous women’s opinions on New Year’s resolutions below!

“I love New Year’s resolutions, and I always say I’m going to work out and eat healthy, but that usually lasts like 3 weeks lol” – Talia Fetner

“My resolution is to always try to live a healthier lifestyle.  It can be difficult at times, but in the end, it’s rewarding” – Annie Gries

My resolution is to try to be more positive in my everyday life. New Year’s is a great excuse to get a fresh start and turn over new leaves”- Sarah Portney

“I think New Year’s resolutions are dumb.  Most people don’t do them and don’t follow through” – Bri Jacobs

“I actually don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions. There doesn’t need to be this special date to make a difference in your life. If you want to change something, do it now.” – Vanessa Kleino

“New Year’s is a perfect time to start something you’ve always wanted to. The people around you and the fresh start give that extra motivation to do and be whom you want. You never know if it will work out until you try.” – Jillian Mallozzi

“They are great things that everybody should have. To achieve you have to know what you want.” – Deborah Lieb

“I think resolutions are a great thing, but I think a lot of people start them at the new year and then lose track when life gets busy. So instead, I try to just start off my new year positively and continue to try my best all throughout the year, nothing specifically just try my best at everything I come across during every year.” – Annie Kluger

“My New Year’s resolution is to focus on my happiness!” – Remy Bonett

“My New Year’s resolution is to take better care of myself and my body by drinking more water and sleeping more.” – Ashley Steinman

“I never really make New Year’s resolutions, because I know I’m not going to stick to them,  but if I do ever make them, it’s always to be healthier or more active.  If I do make a New Year’s resolution, I stick to them for a couple weeks and then just kind of get away from it. I think in theory they’re a good idea but they’re hard to stick to.” – Kaelie Irish

Are you a resolution maker or a resolution faker? Let us know by commenting below.

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