New Years Resolutions

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New Years Resolutions

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Steven Shin, Staff Reporter

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It’s an age-old tradition to make resolutions for the New Year. Whether they are kept or not depends on the person; however, most people try their best to keep the resolutions they make… even if they last only for a couple of weeks. Let’s take a look into some of Hidden Valley’s New Year’s resolutions!

Chis Ritter  (12)– “I want to be more optimistic about everything.”

Caleb Meyer (10)—“[I want to] be a starter on varsity soccer team.”

Keaton Thorum (9)—“[I want] to be better at swimming.”

Victoria Worrel (10)—“[I want] to be better at trumpet.”

And let’s not forget those people~

Matthew Schell  (11)– “I don’t have one… I believe they [New Year’s resolutions] don’t change anything.”

That’s not to say having a New Year’s resolution is a bad thing. In fact, it can provide a burst of motivation to face the New Year head-on and make some necessary changes in life. The New Year can be viewed as a brand new page in a sketchbook. The last page may not have been satisfactory, but the current, blank page gives an opportunity to look at things from a different perspective, try a new approach, or just simply do the same thing that was done on the previous page. It all depends on the person and his or her values.

In the end, whether you keep your resolutions or not (or don’t even have one at all), the New Year is a chance to start anew and get life back on track. Good luck to all, and have a wonderful new year!

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