A New Year’s resolution is a commitment that a person makes to one or more personal goals, projects, or the reforming of a habit. A key element to a New Year’s Resolution that sets it apart from other resolutions is that it is made in anticipation of the New Year and new beginnings. People committing themselves to a New Year’s resolution generally plan to do so for the whole following year.
The beginning of every year brings in new hope and enthusiasm. We look forward to a new beginning and hope things to improve from the last year. We like to forget about our pasts and its daunting memories and wish for a new start. Therefore, you can plan ahead for your 2020 New Year resolution which will help you make a better person.
Are you still working or on your 2012 New Year resolutions or do you finish them? We all make promises to improve ourselves at the beginning of each New Year. It has become quite a part of our New Year celebration and 2020 is not going to be an exception. Although 2012 is still in progress, it is not too early to look forward to 2020. At least we can plan ahead on how we are going to improve ourselves in the next year.
History of New Year’s Resolution
The tradition of the New Year’s Resolutions goes all the way back to 153 B.C. Janus, a mythical king of early Rome was placed at the head of the calendar. With two faces, Janus could look back on past events and forward to the future. Janus became the ancient symbol for resolutions and many Romans looked for forgiveness from their enemies and also exchanged gifts before the beginning of each year. The Romans named the first month of the year after Janus, the god of beginnings and the guardian of doors and entrances. Thus he could look backward and forward at the same time. At midnight on December 31, the Romans imagined Janus looking back at the old year and forward to the new.
How to make a Resolutions for New Year 2020?
Although many of us make a New Year resolution at the beginning of a New Year but we do it more out of a custom than with actual planning. Also, people don’t spare much thought in finding out what he or she will actually like to achieve in the year. Therefore, the success rate with New Year resolution is actually poor. Some tips below can become handy in making your New Year resolution a success:
Fix your target: What is really important to you? What do you want to achieve in the coming days? Setting your priorities will help you set your New Year’s resolution better.
Make a realistic promise: When we promise, we promise big, without really considering the possibilities of achieving it at the end.
Make an optimistic promise: Try and look at the positive side of the promise. Leave the negative ideas aside. The positive tone will help you improve your chances of success.
Break down big goals: Instead of looking at the mammoth task on the whole, taking small steps towards achieving it will help you to reach the target easily.
Develop other habit: We all know that some habits are hard to change. Hence, the best way to change an old habit is by developing other engagement.
Here are Some Resolutions for the Coming Year 2020
Funny Resolutions for New Year’s Eve 2020
Many people make New Year resolution just for fun while some make them with a sheer seriousness. These Funny resolutions on New Year can also be considered as New Year resolution jokes. If you want to wish ‘Happy New Year’ to your near and dear ones, you can send these jokes through your mobile phones. However, do not forget to mention your New Year wishes after that. Given below are some examples of funny New Year resolution. I will not bore my boss by with the same excuse for taking leaves. I will think of some more excuses. I will think of a password other than “password” or “hello”.
I will do less laundry and use more deodorant.
I will give up chocolates totally.
Just for today, I will not sit in my living room all day in my nightdress. Instead, I will move my computer into the bedroom.
I will spend less than one hour a day on the Internet. This, of course, will be hard to estimate since I’m not a clock watcher.
I will try to figure out why I really need ten e-mail addresses.
I will not eat medicine just because it looks like candy.
I will watch more TV. It’s very educational. Catch up on all those programs you missed down the years.
I will play more computer games. Scientists say they’re good for me and improve my visual skills.
I will leave my brain at home while going to watch the supposedly scary movies.
I resolve to stop poisoning my family with my cooking.
I will stop exercising, because it is such a waste of time.
I won’t take bath everyday, this is my bit to conserve water.
I will stop sitting idle. Would rather utilize my precious time by sitting on Facebook.
I will change my undergarments everyday.
I will not stare at other girls, when with my girlfriend, though I am not sure when I’d be alone.
If someone would ask me for choosing one between Babes and Bikes. Babes, I sympathize with you.
Serious Resolutions For New Year 2020
I will mend broken relationships.
I will focus more on giving rather than taking.
I will make it sure to give my wife a good night kiss whenever she sleeps, and a peck on her forehead even before sun’s rays wake her up.
I will quit smoking. Not for me, but for my family.
I will stand by my love come what may. It is not a resolution but a vow.
Every morning I would say these words to my wife, “Give me all of your tears and take from me all of my smiles”.
I would try to become my daughter’s best friend.
I will do my bit to stop corruption in my country.
I would never ever doubt my wife’s commitment for me. And, this is a resolution for the whole life.
I will not crib about things, would rather remain content for what has life given to me.
Wackiest Resolutions For New Year’s Eve 2020
I will stop biting my nails as some places in my nose have become unreachable.
I will save money from this new year. And, making missed calls tops my to-do list.
I will stop sniffing my socks every time I take them off.
I will do house chores. Once found $100 and it is getting highly addictive.
I will reduce the frequency of making hoax calls in my school that there is a tarantula in the washroom.
I will try to find out the reason behind me having an email id on almost every e-mail service which exists.
I will stop irritating my Facebook friends by storming their wall with Farmville updates.
I will stop changing my profile picture 100 times a day, now I would change it only 10 times.
I vow to brush my teeth everyday. Mom, please exclude Sunday from everyday.