The community of Erie rang for the New Year on December 31st. On January 1, they kick off their New Year’s resolutions.
January 1 marks the start of a new year, which means new opportunities for individuals to improve throughout the year.
We spoke to buyers at Millcreek Mall about their plans and efforts.
The New Year is here and individuals are preparing to take this year by storm with their New Year’s Resolutions.
Resolutions planned for this year are being taken more seriously for a resident of Erie after the pandemic affected his plans in 2021.
“To take better care of myself with regards to nutrition, and get back to the gym.” I’m sure there will be a lot of people in the gym, but I just have to hang in there until everyone turns off, âsaid Charlie Harkins, Erie resident.
Another ongoing resolution is to make a sport a higher priority this year for a commuter in Erie and take the necessary steps to be successful in the sport.
âI am an arm wrestler. There are a lot of arm wrestlers here in Erie. So I’m in my own different city so I’m from Townville and I want to take this more seriously and start training more, and I also want to lift weights and start building some more muscle to get more tone. muscular, âcommuter Jed Fox said.
Usually you hear resolutions about saving money or eating healthy, but a resident of Erie uses their resolution to school and their career.
âMy New Year’s resolution is to do well with the store I work in, Go Calendars and Games, as well as finish my education, do internships and have a good job and a good career,â said the Alleruzzo judge, Erie Resident.
Alleruzzo is graduating this semester from college with a degree in communications and theater and hopes to land a job in dubbing.
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These people are sticking to their plans and looking to achieve their goals in 2022.