I Already Forgot My 2020 Resolutions And So Did You

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New Year’s resolutions are bogus. I mean, they make sense. I get it. But the underlying foundation for why we start them is so trivial and uninspired.

Why resolutions make sense:

We make resolutions on January 1st because we’re sitting at the foot of massive potential — that’s what a new year presents. Potential.

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Bored, uneducated, homeless — em dashes are my specialty. I write what I see, think, and feel. That’s it.

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Alec Zaffiro

Alec Zaffiro

Bored, uneducated, homeless — em dashes are my specialty. I write what I see, think, and feel. That’s it.

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