Sound off: New Year’s resolutions

With the new year kicking off, many set goals to improve their lives, whether in fitness, self-care or mental health. However, not all students follow through with these goals, so we polled Hagerty students to see if the commit to their resolutions.
With the new year kicking off, many set goals to improve their lives, whether in fitness, self-care or mental health. However, not all students follow through with these goals, so we polled Hagerty students to see if the commit to their resolutions.
photo by Faith Walsh
I dont make resolutions: 54%
I don’t make resolutions: 54%

“I just don’t make resolutions because I know I will break them in less than a week.”

-Angela Espencheid, 12

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Most of the year: 25%
Most of the year: 25%

“My resolutions last most of the year because I enjoy doing and keeping my resolutions.”

-Logan Bell, 12

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A few weeks: 11%
A few weeks: 11%

“My resolutions only last a few weeks because I break them like bad habits.”

-Alexander Watson, 12

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1+ months: 10%
1+ months: 10%

“I like to hold out onto my resolutions as long as I can to say I accomplished something.”

-Abigail Gish, 11

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