The students at New Haven High are setting their New Year’s Resolutions and are hoping this year, they will finally stick it out.
With New Year’s Resolutions starting, a lot of people are setting their sights on new ways to improve their lives in 2019. Whether that be by losing weight or eating healthy-- people are trying to push themselves farther than they have in previous years.
Some of the resolutions some of the students at NHHS are trying this year are as follows:
Elsie McNabb said that she “decided [she] was going to stop eating so much junk food, and eat healthier.”
Ryanne McDaris announced that her resolution was, “too work out more. I want to work on my strength, flexibility, endurance, and yoga.”
Lauren Hoerstkamp’s resolution this year is, “To not be as crabby when I'm hungry and to also save my money and not spend it on unneeded food-- unless of course, I am crabby, then I would have to eat to uphold my other New Year’s Resolution.”
“My resolution is to better myself as a person,” Olivia Williams shared. “I want to eat healthier and get in shape. I also want to be more outgoing and adventurous. I also want to be kinder to others and not judge so much.”
Miranda Durbin stated that her resolution is, “As always, to lose weight and eat right.”
The students at New Haven have also been polled on how many of them actually keep their resolutions.
Here is to a New Year and to hopefully keeping our resolutions this year! Good luck to everyone in 2019.