A New Year is dawning and many all over the world are getting ready to embrace it with arms wide open. Different people have different takes to how they usher in the new year with the wishes and goals that come with new beginnings.
Many all over the world are setting (new) New Year resolutions. This is a tradition especially common in the Western Hemisphere but also found in the Eastern Hemisphere where a person makes a promise to do an act of self-improvement or something slightly nice, such as opening doors for people beginning from New Year’s Day – in our case, the First of January.
As some gear up to set their new year’s resolutions, some others are not bothered at all, having given up on the idea or not really sure how to go about it. Different people have different opinions, beliefs, views, experiences and ways about setting New Year resolutions. Some people think it’s a waste of time to set such big long-term goals, while others value and treasure the idea of setting goals for a year. Others have tried to for several years and it’s working, and others yet not so much. There’s also some that want to start setting resolutions but don’t know why, how and/or what exactly is to be done.
We believe each of these experiences and the stories told of them shape our individual lives and have the ability to contour our future. So as we usher in the New Year, the Ugandan blogging community giddily awaits to read your stories, articles, poems; listen to your podcasts; and also watch your vlogs about setting (or not) New Year Resolutions.
Remember to pingback your blog(s) to this prompt article, also when you share on social media platforms use the hashtag #NewYearBlog so that we can track it and share with the rest of the community.
Happy New Year from the Uganda Blogging Community