10 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Make and Stick To

1. If a movie is terrible in the first 30 minutes, walk out of the theater or turn it off.


You’ll gain hours, if not days, back to your life which you can use to watch something better.

2. Clean out your Facebook.

Go through your Facebook friends and delete people you don’t talk to. Then your feed will be rid of pointless status’s you don’t care about. Too lazy? Check who’s birthday it is. If you don’t care enough to say “happy birthday”, say “unfriend” instead.

3. Eat what you want.

Stressing out about what you eat causes you to get gray hairs, develop severe health issues, and even die. Do you want to die? I didn’t think so.

4. If you go on a date with someone who sucks or there is just no chemistry, make an excuse and leave.

Try to be gentle. It may hurt their feelings and they may know you’re lying but you’re actually doing them a huge favor by not wasting their time.

5. Find a career you love.

Anything. Hate your job? Start looking for a new one. Life’s too short to be miserable every day. And that’s a big part of your day!

6. Say “bless you” when someone sneezes.

This is an extremely small gesture you may already do without thinking but saying “Bless you” actually means a lot to some people. It means you are listening. Always open doors for others and never forget your manners. (Don’t be a douche and say gazuntite.)

7. Pet and/or play with an animal.

Dog, horse, cat, whatever you like. It’ll put a smile on your face and warm your heart.

8. Dive into a TV series that you keep hearing good things about.

Dexter, Breaking Bad, The Wire, Downton Abbey, whatever you like. That way, when people constantly reference them, you can quickly silence them by saying you’ve already seen it.

9. Don’t keep up with the Kardashians.

They have enough money. Do however, keep up with Bruce Jenner’s gender reassignment surgery.

10. Tell your family and friends you love them more.

Try for every day. Hate your family? Tell your friends you love them more. Have no family or friends? Tell your pet you love it more. No pets? Get a pet. Too lazy? Get a roomba.

So keep up those resolutions and happiness is sure to follow!



  1. Gesund heit… Is actually a German “cheers” to your health. “Bless you” would historically indicate the the person sneezing has been possessed by evil spirits. I personally choose to use a sentiment related to health rather than assume the devil is “in you” there’s my two cents. Cute blog 🙂


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