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  • Writer's pictureNicole Ogg

It's 2022! So what?

So, what are you going to do about it? The same old “new year, new you” bullshit doesn’t fly anymore. Let’s be honest with ourselves here friends, how many of you make resolutions every year and by January 31st they’re a thing of the past. I’ve been there, done that. And I’m done. I’m breaking the cycle.

Last year, I decided to try something different. Instead of making specific goals like “lose 10 pounds” I made a goal to get healthier and feel better in my body. I made a goal to continue working on my mental health. Another goal to work on myself as a person, my personal development if you will. And I made a goal to help my communities (both Athens and Cleveland).

If you read my goals, they didn’t have a value with them, no number to meet or exceed. Because last year I decided I just wanted to work on being a better, happier human and making the world a better place. And guess what?! I’m a better human. As far as making the world a better place…well we all still have some work to do there. But my point is, the goals that I set and the steps I took to achieve them ended up getting me results that I would have asked for in the past, like losing weight, making more money at work, being happier with myself and my life, and donating time and money back to my communities.

I know it’s already January 5th, but my challenge to you is, what are you going to do to better yourself this year? Better your relationships with family and friends? Work on your personal development? What are you going to do to help out your community? What are you going to do to make the world a better place, because fuck, we need the world to be better!

And if specific goals work for you, consider me jealous. Just throwing this advice out there for the rest of you who have trouble staying committed to specific goals.

Now go slay, my friends!

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