I don't usually make any resolutions, but this year I decided that I am going to resist click bait. You know those annoying things on the side of your screen that say things like, "People who died and nobody noticed," or "You won't believe what these stars look like now." Usually they are accompanied by a photo of someone who does not appear in the actual content. The pages are slow to load, littered with ads and it's a tedious and unrewarding slide show. I admit that I have fallen prey to these on occasion, but no more!
That's a great new year's resolution. Clickbait like that is also no doubt riddled with annoying ads and pop-ups. In answer to your question:
In 2017, a friend of mine made a resolution to write one poem a day, and she did it! One poem a day, 365 of them. So I was inspired to start a blog and write one post a day. It also motivates me to go out and do interesting things and take more photographs.
I usually manage to resist, but I did fall for one of those stupid things two days ago. So annoying!
Just to write more and get back into a more normalized daily routine.
by msLarayne 5 years ago
Do you make and keep new years resolutions?
by TravelMonkey 9 years ago
Mine are quite typical, eat more healthy, play more football and get a promotion.
by cjcarter 7 years ago
Tell me your new years resolutions!
by ross670daw 6 years ago
Have you fulfilled your new years resolutions, do you remember what they were?We make em, but we don't often follow through with em. Care to share your thoughts on why we don't / or do, if you've fulfilled yours. Mine was to stop smoking, it still is.
by Rachel Woodruff 7 years ago
Did you come up with any New Years Resolutions? If so what are they, and have you had luck in...the past with your resolutions?
by gchicnotes 6 years ago
Does announcing your resolutions help or harm them from being done? Should we really make one or just work on self progression?
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