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2016 has finally started, and as always, right on the heels of the New Year come the New Year’s resolutions.  As a 10th grader, and a person who year after year struggles to find their own New Year’s resolution, I set out to ask my fellow classmates some of their resolutions in an attempt to get some ideas. Here are some of the best New Year’s resolutions I found (in no particular order), and a little bit of accompanying commentary for each one of them:

Koko – Koko’s New Year’s resolution is to make a 10 minute exercise routine and do it every day. Personally speaking, I would never have the determination to do an exercise routine every single day, so I support your endeavor and wish you luck!

Joel – Joel’s New Year’s resolution is to sleep early. I can really relate to this New Year’s resolution. It doesn’t seem to matter how organized I am, or any one is for that matter – sleep doesn’t seem to come before 11 PM (and that’s on a good night). So I truly hope, Joel, that you can follow your New Year’s resolution through.

Sue – Sue’s New Year’s resolution is to stop procrastinating. I can also really relate to this New Year’s resolution. I’ve noticed that as I get busier and busier I become more and more of an expert at procrastination. This is a New Year’s resolution I would happily share. Good luck!

Sebastian – Seb’s New Year’s resolution is to learn to play the piano. This is a great New Year’s resolution! I support anyone’s attempt at expanding into the world of music in any way, and I’m glad to say that even someone who already is involved with music would like to expand their involvement further. Best of luck!

Evie – Evie’s New Year’s resolution is to do more writing and photography, which are two things she loves doing. It’s always great to see people determined to do the things they’re passionate about, and it’s even greater seeing people actually making plans towards it! Hope you succeed in your resolution!

After hearing all of these resolutions I feel kind of silly for not having one myself, but I do have some good ideas now. Maybe something involving sharks. Or lasers. Or sharks with lasers (Thumbs up to whoever recognizes the reference)! Maybe I should leave New Year’s resolutions to people who know what they’re doing. I hope you enjoyed hearing those New Year’s resolution as much as I did. Let me know what your New Year’s resolutions are down below in the comments.

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