As we approach the end of the year, it’s that time when many of us start thinking about our New Year’s resolutions. Whether it’s a fresh start, a chance for personal growth, or simply a way to set new goals, resolutions can be a great way to kick off the year with intention. Are there any exciting goals or changes you’re planning to make in the coming year? What are your New Year’s resolutions for 2024? Let’s talk about it…

Traci Martinez: “To be more positive and helpful to others…”

Chris Castillo: “We really don’t do new years resolutions. We just work on being better human beings by helping others. Especially our less fortunate. There are so many homeless and they need jackets, blankets, socks etc. We clean out our closets every few months and donate to different areas. People need to work on being kinder. That’s my opinion.”

Rosa Mendez: “Yes. To be more understanding and caring.”

Veronica Morales: “I don’t know about any resolutions instead I am trying to figure out my word of the year. Right now, I am thinking of the word SELF. I really need to take care of myself for once in my life.”

Belinda Mayen-Aldana: “Me me me. I am always considering other people’s feelings and needs … not this year.”

Yvette Elizabeth: “Step back from social media- love more- family time- travel.”

Kavooss Shamloo: “Mine is to stop making new year resolutions! Lol.”

Gregorio De La Paz: “To be better.”

Feliz Flores: “Same ol, try to lose weight.”

Prapti: “Oh, I’m so excited you asked! My 2024 resolution is very simple. Here are some of the points I will follow this year:1) No dating or relationship. I want to take a break from dating or relationships and focus more on my goals which I have to achieve in 2024, as I don’t want to get distracted. 2) Focus on myself. Focusing on myself is a fantastic resolution. It’s important to take time to prioritize self-care, personal growth, and pursuing my own passions and interests. It can lead to a deeper understanding of myself and a stronger sense of fulfillment.3) Manifesting my goals (with the help of meditation). Manifesting my dreams through meditation can be a powerful practice. By visualizing and focusing your energy on my goals, I can create a positive mindset and attract the things I desire. Meditation can help you stay centered, focused, and connected to your intentions. 4) Daily workout ( weekly one day break ). I want to make myself fit and gain healthy control of my anger and be calm in every situation. Controlling anger and staying calm can be challenging, but it’s definitely possible. One technique is to take deep breaths and count to 10 before reacting in a heated situation. I can also try practicing mindfulness or finding healthy outlets for my emotions, like journaling or exercising. It’s all about taking small steps and being patient with myself.5) I won’t trust anyone blindly. It’s important to be cautious and not trust anyone blindly. Trust is something that should be earned over time through actions and consistency. Take the time to get to know someone and observe how they treat others. I will trust my instincts and don’t hesitate to set boundaries.”

Shivam Chauhan: “I made a New Year’s resolution last year, but unfortunately, I couldn’t accomplish many of the things I had set out to do. As a result, I’m finding myself a bit less motivated to make one this time around.”

Anurag Anuj : “To make the world and everything in it happy. I know It will not happen in 2024 itself but I hope I can rise above everything, and be blessed by mother nature to start my journey and make it a reality.”

Jane Adams: “My New Year’s resolutions are to work out daily unless I am sick, injured, my wife is in the hospital, or I am traveling long-distance on a particular day (plane or train). To purr more and hiss less. Translation: Validate others more, give my opinion less, keep criticism to myself more often. Be more open-minded. Suspend judgment. Read differing points of view.”

Cavon Retep: “I would like to spend less time on the computer and more time cooking, working out, reading, and writing.”

Alpana Singh: :”Taking 10–20 minutes of morning sunlight everyday for my better mental health.”

Shubham KP: “Travel More. Worry Less. Read More. Think Less. Help More. Whine Less. Meditate More. Pretend Less. Love More. Hate Less. Live More. Fear Less.”