By Trinity Fields/Staff Writer
It’s almost the end of 2019, which means New Years is coming up, which also means New Year’s resolution lists will be made. Many people make New Year’s resolution list to start the new year off having goals and being motivated. Here are some of GC’s students’ New Year’s resolution list, and their opinion on these lists.
Ashley Ellison, 9, was asked for three things that she would put on her New Year’s resolution list. Ellison said, “I want to work out more, be nicer to myself, and work harder in school.” Ellison was also asked why she would put those things on her list. She said, “I put those things on my list because I want to make my mental and physical health stronger.” Ellison’s response to her opinion on the Resolution List is, “They only work if you follow them from day one.” Ellison said she put to work out more and eat healthier on her last New Year’s resolution list.
Marissa Grigsby, 11, was also asked what three things she would put on her list. Grigsby said, “I would put a more fit body, become a happier person, and improve my family relationships. I would put these on my list because I’m not happy with my body, I hate how sad I am, and I want to heal my family relationships.” Grigsby was then asked for her opinion on New Year’s resolution list. She said, “I think a New Year’s resolution list is a good sign for new goals.” Grigsby said she usually makes New Year’s resolution list, and she said she put gain more friends and go out more for her last resolution list.
Savannah Harlow, 10, answered with her three things that she would put on her list. Harlow answered with, “I would put work on my grades, spend more time with family, and help out around the house more.” She said she would put those things on her list because, “I do those things, but I feel like I should do more of them.” Harlow’s opinion on New Year’s resolution list is, “I think a New Year’s resolution list is a good idea, as long as you actually go through with it.” Harlow was also asked if she usually makes resolutions. She replied with, “The last time I made one was when I was around ten years old.” She then continued with, “I think I put to be more nice and help others more.”
Mya Wilcher, 9, was the final person to give her answer to the question, ‘What are three things that you would put on your New Year’s resolution list?’ Wilcher said, “I want to get better grades, think more positively, and try harder in violin.” When asked why she would put those things on her list, she replied with, “I want to better myself.” Wilcher’s opinion on New Year’s resolution list is, “Normally people don’t actually do them, so they aren’t entirely useful.”
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