Jammuites talk about their New Year Resolutions. What are yours?
It’s that time of the year, when we throw around phrases like “it’s that time of the year”. The year 2015 has come to an end and in few other hours we will be stepping into 2016.
31st of December, the last day of the year is the time when many people pause to take stock of how they spent the previous year and set goals for the next. We talked to five youngsters and learnt what are their goals for 2016:
Yamini Rathore- Going to improve my health: I am going to make 2016, the year with best of my health. I have decided to make a strict fitness regime and strictly stick to it. Over all these years, I have been neglecting my health but in 2016 , health will be my first priority. Joining a health club will be the first thing I am going to do tomorrow. Besides, I will start eating healthy and will avoid junk and unhealthy food.
Mayank Bali- Will Get more quality sleep: With big TV’s, computers, smartphones, tablets and all sorts of gadgets with glowing lights and beeping alerts, it has become hard to get enough sleep at night, especially for us, youngsters. In 2016, I have decided not to stick to my phone and laptop late at nights and get at least 8 hours of sleep.
Aditi Singh- Going to start reading: Books are an excellent way to gain a lot of knowledge on a huge variety of topics, and are also a great exercise for your brain. As a kid, I used to love reading . Though wikipedia knows everything but reading has its own charm. In 2016, I am going to make reading my habit once again. I am going to discover my types of books and find a bit of time for reading here and there.
Mona Jamwal- Going to spend more time with people that matter: With life’s getting busy, there is just too little time in this life for us to waste it on insincere, duplicitous and toxic people. This year I am going to focus on the people who we care about me deeply as this is the best way to stay happy.
Tahban Akhtar-Will Learn to Cook: Cooking is one of the essential skill that every man and woman should possess. It allows you to save money, eat the food you love just the way you like it and never have to depend upon anyone. So, this year I am going to learn how to cook.