Your New Year’s Resolutions for 2016

resolve (verb): decide firmly to do or not to do something (for example: He resolved to discuss the matter with his boss.)
resolution (noun): a firm decision to do or not to do something (for example: He never regretted his resolution to stop drinking.)

New year, new start. Have you made any New Year’s resolutions for the coming year? What have you resolved to do – or not to do? Did you keep your promises last year?

  • Alens says:

    My new year resolosions: start to travel, do something useful for self-development every day

  • fatema says:

    My new year resolutions are to improve speaking English and help my children to memorize the Holy Quraan.

  • TOMDI LUCKY says:

    I am sorry my new year’s resolution has been late. MY RESOLUTION FOR 2016 IS TO LOVE GOD,EXCEL IN THE KNOWLEDGE OF HIM AND TO TESTIFY HIS GOODNESS. AMEN!

  • Mostafa says:

    Improve my english and never give up 😉 .

  • Herb says:

    I will try my best to get a good job and make myself happy everyday.

    Travel abroad

  • Mike says:

    My new year resolution I hope peace for everyone in the world and I will help anyone need help please Jesus help me

  • ronnie says:

    To improve my English for better communication to be use in my everyday leaving here in Canada.

  • Afro says:

    Thanks for starting this sort of nice discussion. I do believe that resolutions are important to make our time more fruitful. But it is also important to keep them and try to execute them properly. No, last year I did not have any resolutions but this year I have. I want to write down new words when I would find them. I want to maintain a time table for everything. In this year I want to write more.

  • Marco Téllez says:

    To learn and speak English every day and improve it

  • Liliane says:

    to keep calm whatever or whoever tries to stop me from going forward
    be confident and beleive
    God Bless all
    Thank you for your work

  • ♪♪blessing♪♪ says:


    Yes it’s true I don’t make New Year resolutions.

    Most people do, and if you do that is fine.

    Why don’t I do it?

    Because Each Day is a day toward my

    I found it’s easier to make a lot of small
    steps, then one big step.

    Of course it’s great to have quarterly and
    yearly goals as part of an overall approach,
    but it’s easier to hit those goals when doing
    them on a small daily scale.

    For example, I daily:

    i have my meal on time.

    sleep early and wake up early.

    Do everything with love.

    proving my love to God by obeying His commands

    live in the light and let the light shine over my life.

    Read the Bible.


    Share Jesus.

    Take care of my family.


    don’t worry about anything.
    and so on.

    Lots of great daily things that you set up
    for your life will give you a great year.

    It’s so much easier to go small, then go

    Maybe add 1-2 new daily habits when
    you write your New Year resolutions
    and see how easy it is.

    Thank You and God Bless. 🙂

  • Yasuhiro says:

    Learn English and Chinese to communicate people coming to Japan

  • abed says:

    I wish happiness and victory to the syrian people.. We suffer, we starve.,we are seiged, hungry.,and cold.
    My resolution is to join the syrian revolution.
    I wish you all ask Allah help the syrian people.
    Where is humanity?
    Where is the world of civilization?

  • Govindaswamy C says:

    Get up before 5. am
    to begin the day with playing shuttle
    to have control in eating.
    to maintain chastity.
    to read at least one book in a month.
    not to quarrel with wife

  • Toyin says:

    Win more souls to God’s Kingdom
    Tolerate people more
    Seek more knowledge
    Listen more

  • Toyin says:

    Seek God more

  • Eddie says:

    After a certain age, some of us stop thinking of making New Year’s resolutions.
    That doesn’t mean that any generation is too old to make new resolutions, to resolve to change, to start anew or just start new ways. I’m a part of those who have stopped making New Year’s resolutions because I have never kept them.
    What’s a New Year if not the continuation of the so-called sequence called Life? The only moment I think of what I’ve done and what I’d like to do in my life, happens at my birthday date. That day I usually make an assessment, then…resolve doing or no longer doing some thing(s).

  • Drago says:

    My New Year’s resolution is to find a new job. I have just resolved firmly to improve my English. As soon as I improve my English, I will get a new job. I would like to make friends from all around the world and change our idea along us. Happy New Year’s resolutions! Best wishes from Serbia.

  • jonathan taylor says:

    GIVE up SMOKING! Again…. Drink less and lose some weight!

  • reemmohannad says:

    I’m going to read a lot of English stories and watch English programs to improve my English.may after one year I’ll complete my study 🏫 to take master degree..i hope😁😉


    My resolution for 2016 is to lose at least 10 kilos, change to a healthier diet and to live until I am 100, in no specific order!

  • Omar says:

    My resolution for the new year is to change my lifestyle for more activeness and hardworking.

  • Lilia says:

    my resolution for the next year:
    -more to self development;
    -particitpate in different events to boost professional growth

  • Haneen says:

    Lose weight , stop eating chocolate a lot , stop shopping without needed

  • sasi says:

    Improve my spoken English level

  • Ririn says:

    1. Get the perfect score of my study
    2. Don’t shopping if that Isn’t important
    3. Save the money

  • João B. L. Ghizoni says:

    My New Year’s resolution is to move to Portugal as soon as I retire (which will happen sometime during this year…
    João, Florianópolis, SC, Brazil

  • Vedat says:

    I want to speak English fluently.

  • Ali says:

    Thank you

  • somkid says:

    1 make more money !!!
    2 cut down shopping
    3 happy easy life but not lazy

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