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It is very typical of a lot of Nigerians and people generally to make resolutions at the beginning of a year. This “New Year Resolution” (NYR) lifestyle has birthed the colloquial phrase “New year, New me” often used amongst people. In fact i still remember myself saying those words to some of my secondary school mate back in the days. Resolutions in this context is ‘a strong will towards statement of intent or vows’. Most times, people tend to not keep these resolutions often made in a spur-of-the-moment.
We have gradually come towards the end of another year. Admist the numerous event that constituted the past 11 months of the year 2015, it is time to reflect on the shortness of time and how worthwhile we’ve made the year so far. One thing is certain though and that is what has happened in the past will not return and what has been done or left undone is irreversible. That is how fast life moves and the only time that we have devoted to what’s important will have lasting results.