Yes it's true, if you wanted something bad you would change yourself NOW. Conversely, I still believe that a New Year denotes a new start. It is a great time to motivate yourself :)
Here are my new years resolutions for 2012:
Forgive and Forget.
This is probably the hardest resolution ever for me (yes, even harder than working out and eating healthily). I try my hardest to be kind to people, but when they do wrong to me, I never forgive or forget (even if it happened 5 years ago). I don't think I'll be able to completely stop holding grudges, but I'm going to try my hardest to forgive and forget. I'm also going to focus on peoples' positive side as opposed of their negative side.
Be more upfront:
I hate arguments and confrontation, but I'm going to try and be more upfront with people (not in a rude way). I've realised that no matter how lovely you are, you won't be liked by everyone. That's fine by me, I don't like everyone so I don't expect for everyone to like me :)
Keep up with working out:
I am proud of myself for losing weight and keeping it off. I still want to make sure I don't change, and I'm also going to try and up my work out regime :) Working out really helps give you more control in the rest of your life. When I exercise, I don't feel like eating junk food or eating emotionally :)
This one speaks for itself, in fact, I am doing it right now. I need to get things over and done with :)
I'm going to start reading more books instead of going on Twitter or watching movies. My spelling has become atrocious recently, so drastic actions need to be taken!
What are your New Year's Resolutions?