My New Year’s Resolutions for Humanity
I am not particularly critical of myself. Most days I am just fine with the way I look, I think that I spend an appropriate amount of time watching television, and my soda habit is virtually nonexistent.
So instead of setting an arbitrary number of times that I should go to the gym in a week, I’m going to provide some New Year’s resolutions for those stock characters in the population who could use some help setting resolutions.
1. The Single.
If you’re single, resolve to find a companion.
Ex. Cozy up with a cat and throw the laptop off the sofa.
2. The Smothered.
If you’re smothered, resolve to find alone time.
Ex. Cozy up with the laptop and throw the cat off the sofa.
Far too often people find that they are unhappy with the level of companionship they receive. Whether you haven’t gone on a date since before blogging became a thing, or whether you are a mother so overcome with responsibility that you haven’t realized that blogging has now become a thing, there is a way to achieve your goal.
1. The Smoker.
If you smoke, resolve to substitute your addiction.
Ex. Reach for a lollipop instead of a cigarette.
2. The Overweight.
If you’re overweight, resolve to substitute your addition.
Ex. Reach for a cigarette instead of a lollipop.
Far too often people find that they are unhappy with how they are treating their body. Whether your body was used as an air filter or as a trash can, there is a way to achieve your goal.
1. The Spender.
If you spend too much money, resolve to save in certain ways.
Ex. Pay the $500 bar tab, but have your friend drive you to the emergency room.
2. The Saver.
If you save too much money, resolve to indulge in certain ways.
Ex. Don’t partake of the $500 bar tab, but spend gas money to drive your friend to the emergency room.
Far too often people don’t understand how they should be managing their money. Whether you party with Magnum Grey Goose until you’ve forgotten you don’t even make a living wage, or have a sip of your buddy’s Coors after a successful day repurposing that coat hanger into a piece of art for your cousin’s birthday gift, there is a way to achieve your goal.
With these expert tips, even you can achieve your New Year’s resolution! And by following my methods, it’s guaranteed that you’ll also have something to work on come January of next year.