Class to Closet: Realistic New Years Resolutions

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Realistic New Years Resolutions

This time of year, New Years Resolutions is a hot, hot topic. Today I'm sharing with you a handful of resolutions to help you to start thinking of your own. My list is full of realistic resolutions and not just the basic "get fit" (because I know you're already totally fit.. right?).

1. Take your parents out to dinner. 
2. Eat more fruits & veggies.
3. Drink more water.
4. Invest in matching underwear sets. 
5. Give blood.
6. Take an art or cooking class.
7. Watch less Netflix. Read more.
8. Give more complements.
9. Don't be on your phone at dinner.
10. Take a social media break.
11. Dance in your bedroom, your bathroom, your kitchen. 
12. Stop playing iPhone games.
13. Spend more time on your insta edits.
14. Call your mom once a day. 
15. Cut down on drunk texts and calls. 

What are your New Years Resolutions?
xo Nicole


  1. Good luck with these. I need to spending less time watching TV. Mine it to not buy clothes for the year.

  2. I don't have any this year, but that list is great :)

    Happy New Year! :D

  3. these are great resolutions! Hope you have an awesome new year!

  4. I agree! These are definitely realistic resolutions! Something I would also like to achieve this 2015 :)

  5. Wow lovely resolutions!! :) hope you have a wonderful 2015! :)

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  6. I love the watch less, read more idea!! Adding that to my list :) Happy New Year, friend!

    <3 Daisy
    Simplicity Relished

  7. Love these resolutions and how applicable they are! Cheers to the new year!

    be the plebeian

  8. You are right on tab with The Everygirl with #3! Their #teg30daychallenge is drink more water!


  9. What a great idea. They are so realistic and achievable. Well done & good luck.
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  10. Great ideas of resolutions.Love number 14.I think we shouldn't stop talking to our parents because of life happened.I'm talking to my mom every other day, but it's not enough.