NEW YEAR, FRESH START

How many of you make resolutions that you think seem a good idea but as the year progresses it just doesn't happen? 
New Year's Eve is often seen as a time for a fresh start and the majority of us come up with new resolutions such as to visit the gym more, eat less junk food etc etc, but often never happen as idea of change are too broad and vague. That is why I have put together this post to help you achieve the changes you want to make with these 10 New Year's resolutions that everyone should make.
1) Stop posting negative crap about celebrities on social media. No one cares. Miley Cyrus doesn't care what you think about her style of dance. Justin Bieber doesn't care what you think on his trousers hanging around his ankles (though I do suggest someone buys him a belt) and Kylie Jenner does not give a flip on what you think resulted in her lips being ten times the size they originally were. 

2) Don't be angry with yourself for missing the gym on days you didn't have time, though stop missing the gym on the days you did have time to go.

3) Keep a journal or diary...possibly even a burn book. No. Not a burn book in fact. What about a blog? This doesn't have to be something you use every day but documenting experiences and memories is important, don't just rely on your brain to do the work. You will be thankful for it later. Believe me.

4) Do something for charity. If you do already, do more. Help comes in more ways than sharing something on Facebook *yawn*.

5) Leave the country. Are you one of those people who dream to travel the world? Why not start now? If you don't have the money, consider doing charity work abroad or taking a gap year. There are some programs that will sponsor you.

6) Life is too short to waste it on caring how many likes a Facebook status got, how many retweets/favourites a tweet got, how many likes/comments your Instagram photos or even how many followers you have. If you like that status, tweet, or photo enough to post it, does anything else matter? All this moaning and social media anxiety is a waste of time. There is better things you could be doing in your life.

7) Conquer a fear. Personally, I struggle with heights. A lot. Even standing at the top of a ladder to an attic gets the knees going. 

8) Do not check your social media feed when you're with friends. You know who you are. Yes you.

9) Don't hide emotions. Cry - when you're happy and when you're sad. Learn to embrace your emotions as they come.  

10) Get rid of "frenemies'. Don't spend 2015 surrounded by people you secretly despise. Same goes with enemies. My motto is that if were not on good terms by December 31st, you are getting left in 2014. On the other hand, strengthen relationships with those who meal the world to you. Blood is thicker than water.


Right...so that's them! What do you think? Are you thinking of giving any a shot? And if so what ones?

I shall see you tomorrow (well..not quite) with my last ever blogpost for 2014 - sounds so scary!

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