2014 changed my life in almost every aspect possible and I couldn’t be happier.
As the clock strikes midnight and we move into a new year, my advice to you is to let 2015 change you. Let it challenge you, frustrate you and downright piss you off. But also let 2015 make you laugh, smile, meet new people, fall in love, go on adventures, get your life together (don’t worry, just a little bit), get drunk, be crazy and have fun. Let 2015 change you.
The years you can look back see unimaginable changes in your life are the best years. You appreciate the absolutely insane person you were and the loyal bitches who stood by you through the year. With that said, here are my 2015 new years resolutions. You can borrow one, make up your own or make fun of mine. I honestly don’t give a shit, but make a resolution.
- Be a morning workout person. The level of difficulty this resolution will bring me is daunting already. I’m determined to make my life less stressful and morning workouts are the key to that success. I already know this will be an uphill battle every morning, but who said resolutions are supposed to be easy?
- Write. When you graduate, something strange happens. You realize that your degree has little to do with the actual job you get. If you’re lucky, like me, you’ll find another unexpected passion in your new job. That’s fantastic, but that doesn’t erase your old passions. My point: I love to write. It’s obvious that I can’t shut up. And I’m definitely not going to start quieting down in 2015. Sorry not sorry.
- Be happy, you idiot. This one’s important, so listen up. Say yes to new things. Plan trips. Be your weird self. Show love and expect nothing in return. Be positive. Try hard at work. Be proud. Make new goals. Give zero fucks about other’s opinions. Be better than the person you were yesterday. Just be happy and enjoy the hell out of this year.
All I know is that I’m one lucky bitch. That’s what 2014 taught me. Don’t believe me? Take a look at some of the highlights of my year. And I plan on this year to only get better. Happy 2015!