More than 40% of American make New Year's resolutions resolutions to somehow improve their life in the upcoming year. However, University of Scranton research suggests that just 8% of people achieve their New Year's goals.
This will be my first year making a New Year’s Resolution and actually following it. To achieve this, I will be setting realistic long-term goals for myself.
1. Get a 96% or higher in Physics.
2. Study More.
3. Try new food.
4. Become more culturally “woke”.
5. Learn to save money.
6. Get to bed on-time.
7. Get into my first choice college.
8. Stay in touch with my extended family.
10. Procrastinate less