New Year’s Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

Jacob Susong (Senior), Editor

One of the great things about turning over the calendar is the sense of a new beginning.  You get the chance to forget about the mistakes you made in the previous year and can look forward to an exciting future.  With 2023 just around the corner, let’s take a look at some LHS students New Year’s resolutions.

“My New Year’s resolution is to do 100 pushups a day,” said senior Cannon Morton.  “I want to see the improvement from now to the end of 2023.”

Fitness is a very common New Year’s resolution category.  Many people like to set specific fitness goals for themselves at the start of each year.  Commercial gyms are usually the busiest right at the beginning of the year because of this.

“It’s always busy at the start of the year.  After a few weeks it usually calms back down,” said Morton.

Another common theme for resolutions is eating healthier.  Many people say that when the calendar turns over, they try to clean up their bad eating and drinking habits.

“Usually, I’ll do something like no fast food or no soda.  I try to cut those out of my diet at the start of every year,” said sophomore Joe Susong.

For other students, reading is a hobby.  Some like to set goals for how many books they will read each month.

“For my New Year’s resolution, I have decided that I’m going to try and read four books a month.  Hopefully this allows me to be better prepared in English class,” said junior Corbin Wells.