Say Hello to the voices in your head that tell you that this is your year.
Be healthy, but not obsessive.
“Not go to Coachella. I think it will be pretty easy to achieve this one.” — Dave, 25
This year, I’m challenging us to realize that the majority of our resolutions don’t need 365 days of work. Most of them just need one day – one hour, even just one blazing moment – of courage.
Here we are: Less than two weeks away from 2016 and I still wonder who I am and what I’m capable of.
Feeling “lost,” or directionless.
Ruminating and dwelling on negative people for any reason still brews up the poison in you and toxifies you.
We all have that one conceited friend who cares more about the pregame pictures and Valencia-filtered Instagrams of the club than actually having a good time.
“I ignore my own resolutions. I just feel kind of good that I make the gesture, you know?”
The “Star Wars” franchise was officially screened for the first time ever in China—prior to that, the only way people in China could watch the movies was through illegal downloads or pirated DVDs.