New Year, New You
From exercising, to learning a new skill, there is no better time to make a resolution for yourself than the turn of the new year. It is almost 2020 and time for a new beginning. There are lots of exciting times and memories of 2019 coming to an end, but what does that mean for the new year? People make mistakes, and now is a perfect time to change lives for the better. All around the globe, people are longing for new opportunities, new relationships and hopefully a better year. This is generally what is going on in the minds of resolution makers at this time of the year.
Resolutions can either be a great way to motivate a person, or they can be unreachable and can set one up to fail. According to the New York Post, “55% of New Year’s resolutions were health related.” Most people around the world want to make themselves better by getting rid of old and bad habits. These trends are affecting students and faculty at Wesleyan School. Keep Reading