The Revolving Door of Resolutions

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The Revolving Door of Resolutions

Nevaeh Hodierne, News Reporter

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Each year we impose upon ourselves some tired resolutions we hardly plan to follow up on whenever the going gets tough. But for once, try and take a moment, breath, and remember these simple ways to curb your inner couch potato and bring out the better you!

1. Be More OrganizedTo stay more organized, you should set a certain amount of time each week to organize whatever you want to focus on. Stick to that plan and eventually it will become a routine and be more natural.
2. Time ManagementIf you’re trying to manage your time better you can start by making a rough schedule of what you’re planning to do each day. Give yourself plenty of time to do everything so that you can keep up with your schedule. A planner is an easy way to start.
3. Get better gradesThere are plenty of ways that you can get better grades. You can study more often or longer. If you’re unable to understand a concept and don’t want to say something in front of the whole class, you should stay after class and ask your teacher for extra help. You should also make a fine line between your school work and your social life. You want to put all of your focus on what you’re learning and take quick notes on the things you need to.
4. Diet/ExerciseFor dieting, you can start by slowly cutting down on sugary foods and drinks. You should eat healthy portions of food for each meal. When you’re trying to exercise for any reason, ease into it slowly. Exercise for a few days a week. If you exercise too much, it increases your risk of injury.
5. Better AttitudeIf you want to improve your attitude, start by thinking things through completely. Think before you say or do something. You could also look into breathing exercises and meditation, as stupid as it may sound, they could actually help a lot more than you think.