Drinking less: Just… just… no.
If you want to let go of something, build something new. If you don’t understand, ask. If you don’t like something, say so. If you want to change, start small. If you want something, ask for it. If you love someone, tell them. If you want to attract something, become it. If you enjoy something, let yourself feel it.
ENFP Outcome: Stays up for fourteen straight days in an attempt to complete first resolution and subsequently ends up creating fifteen more.
Stop waiting for someone to change. (Start accepting that you can’t control people.)
A clean slate, an open road, a blank book with the pages yet to be filled. This year holds the potential for greatness we have yet to see.
Play fun apps (and improve your brain while you’re at it)
So, as you go into 2015 and you resolve yourself to grand plans, remember to ask yourself whether your resolutions are being dictated by shame in yourself or by love for yourself.
Life is too short for bad french fries. If you’re going to treat yourself, you should appreciate it.
Learn how to blow out my own hair. HAHA. False. This will never happen. But I can give it a try.
Better body. More friends. Better grades. More recognition. Better job. Happier relationship. More money.