You’re nervous. There are a lot of things you want to accomplish, a lot of risks you’re willing to take, and you’re desperately hoping they work out.
You’re cautiously optimistic. You know the new year isn’t going to magically change anything, but you believe that things are going to start getting better for you soon.
You’re upset. You wanted to achieve so much more in 2020 and are mourning all of the people and opportunities you lost along the way.
You’re restless. You’re sick of living the same exact life day after day and are ready for a drastic change.
You’re terrified. So many things in life have been unpredictable lately and you honestly don’t know where this year is going to take you.
You’re excited. You know beautiful things are awaiting you and cannot wait to see what the future holds.
You’re hopeful. You’re unsure whether 2021 is going to be a good year — but you’re keeping your faith and thinking positive.
You’re indifferent. You don’t think there’s going to be much of a difference between December and January. Time is meaningless.
You’re exhausted. You want a break from the stress and drama. You’re hoping 2021 will be a lot calmer.
You’re a nervous wreck. This year did a number on you. You lost most of your optimism and are simply trying to survive.
You’re uncertain. You’re not sure exactly what your goals are this year or what you want to accomplish.
You’re impatient. You’re ready to leave 2020 behind and embark on a new, exciting year.