Breaking New Years

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Breaking New Years

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Kailee Coles, Writer

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Every year brings new goals, and things you wish to accomplish, but how many people really keep their word? Junior Diyar Ahmed states “My New Years resolution was to move on past my crush to better myself, the year changed, but my feelings did not.” It is January 10th and resolutions are already being compromised.

Every new year gives people the chance to “restart”, there is no need to restart but to move on. If you didn’t accomplish your goals yet keep going! Senior Shelby LaBonty explained “I vowed to not lose a wrestling match this new year as my resolution, but I already lost. I don’t care that I lost though because I know what I am capable of.” If you taste defeat that means you have something to work on or for, you can’t be and do better things if you don’t start from the bottom. Work for what you want.

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