New Year’s resolutions bring new beginnings

Go Morgan!  Morgan McNulty is a eighth grade student that has a New Year's resolution.   It is to keep up with her blog on Twitter.  Photo by Jacob Hord

Go Morgan! Morgan McNulty is a eighth grade student that has a New Year's resolution. It is to keep up with her blog on Twitter. Photo by Jacob Hord

As students ring in the new year some have decided to make resolutions.  Others skip making a resolution.

Eighth grader Morgan McNulty does have a resolution.

“ To stay consistent with my blog and my twitter that I have,” McNulty said.

Another student that with a New Years resolution is, Kobe Trude.

“ To be healthier,” Trude said.

Along with the new year, comes new goals and accomplishments to go after and achieve.

“New Year, New me” is a commonly used quote, whether people choose to live by it, is up to them. Some may know someone who is completely devoted to their New Years resolution; one person who is, is Samantha Hand.

“ To have more self confidence in myself, ” Hand said.

Along with News Year’s resolutions comes the unbelievable fact that it’s already the year 2014. Hand, is one student who can’t believe it.

“ No, I cannot believe it’s 2014 already,  I feel like just yesterday I was five and now I’m all grown up. Time has flown by so fast and every year goes by faster and faster,” Hand said.