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Keely Washburn, Staff Writer

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As the end of the year approaches, many things are going to change. Not only the year, but your personality, appearance, and interests will change as well. Many people make new year’s resolutions, but how many of them actually follow through with their goals?

Many people think that a new year is a fresh start. Which it is (don’t get me wrong) but you can’t really change your past like some people or advertisements say. Yes you change or  forget about the problem, but actions or problems never disappear.  

In other news some people make bizarre goals like they want to marry a prince, or common goals like trying  to eat healthy. But towards the end of the year none of that really matters; what matters is what you did with yourself during the year. 

New Years Eve and day is the end to the holiday season. A new year means new beginnings and new ends. If you look back on years past a lot of items have changed. 

The world is evolving one day at a time, one person at a time. The new year means a new you, so make 2018 the best year yet!

 

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