It differs depending on the person, but everybody has their own take on New Year’s Resolutions. Some people may have detailed plans for the upcoming y
It differs depending on the person, but everybody has their own take on New Year’s Resolutions. Some people may have detailed plans for the upcoming year, while others don’t make any at all. At Millbrook, at least, the opinions on that topic ended up being a mix between those two approaches.
Millbrook students had varying opinions, but Robby Watts, Malik Perloff, and David Blackstone listed some solid, simple goals they’d like to follow. David says he plans to eat healthier and to do his homework on time, which the rest of the guys at the table seemed to agree with.
Paula Dominguez had a bit of a different view on the subject. “New Year’s resolutions are a thing… you just don’t end up doing.”
That seemed to be the opinion of many other students as well, but we were able to find others that had some fairly concrete ideas. Christian Diaz, a member of Men’s choir, aims, “to be a better singer”, and to be there more for his brother. “I’m not really there for my brother as much as I used to,” he said and is therefore going to work on improving that.
Tehya Beckwith gave us a good final answer, saying her New Year’s resolution is to be more positive. “Things can get really hard in life, everyone knows that, but you just gotta keep pushing.” Everyone has their own separate plans for 2018, and so we’ll have to see how everything pans out.