Below are some funny new year quotes to start year 2016 with a smile.
A New Year’s resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other.
When you lie there and make the countdown. The clock hits 11 then everyone begins 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and the screams rent the air. With this joy comes the decision to make resolutions and plans, puffed up by exuberance and happiness. But that is just about it. When the New Year fades into the background so do the resolution that comes it.
Youth is when you’re allowed to stay up late on New Year’s Eve. Middle age is when you’re forced to.
You were young and spry. There is not a New Year celebration that ever found you at home. You were always in a lit place, drowned in blaring music and hooting cars. But after you pack a few New Year celebrations under your belt, you begin to make peace with the fact that a change of date alone does not imply a change in anything else. Staying up all night to see the clock turn whittles down your list of important things pretty quickly.
Welcome to New Year. A chance for new beginnings to old habits.
Old habits die hard and to predict your future you just have to observe your current habits. If anything is to change we first have to change how we spend our days and the habits that we have built into them. Never underestimate the power of daily habits. Without any deliberate decision to change them and create new ones, we will be stuck in the same old treadmill with the same old results and boring, predictable lives.
Take up last year’s resolution, reword it and yell. Plot Twist! Then hide it back again.
There is always the year you planned and the year that panned out. The outcome might exceed the plan, it may be at par with the plan or may fall so far off from the plan, that you can barely remember the directions the plans were to take you. Flexibility more than anything else will be the difference between wallowing in confusion and pity and adopting the art of bending with the wind.
My New Year resolution is to find out where I hid last year’s resolution.
This year what you really need is to find last year’s resolution and see how you faired. That is if you can remember where you hid it. Drafting a list feels important, everyone is doing it and you don’t look like serious if you haven’t sat down to create one. But keeping it in your sight every day, every week and every month is what really count. For now go look for it.