With less than 24 hours left in 2014 it’s time to finalize our New Year’s Resolutions. Making a resolution is super important because otherwise you will remain forever the same in 2015. Nothing about you will change or improve and you will stay frozen in time like those bugs stuck in amber that they used to create dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. Except no one will create dinosaurs out of you. This metaphor has wandered off course. The point is if you don’t make a New Year’s resolution, your life will almost certainly be terrible forever, sorry. Fortunately, many of your favorite YouTubers have made resolutions for the New Year, so if you haven’t thought of any yet you can probably just steal some of theirs. We won’t tell. Here are nine of our favorites.
Hannah Witton is pretty much flawless already, but if you’re really looking to improve on perfection you can borrow her 2015 resolutions.
Between becoming a bestselling author and one of the first YouTubers to participate in Band Aid, Alfie Deyes has had a pretty amazing 2014. What resolution could he possibly have that would top that in 2015? Taking over the world? Lucky for us his biggest resolution is to make EVEN MORE VIDEOS next year!
You can always count on Carrie Hope Fletcher for some solid no-nonsense advice, so, naturally, her Resolutions for 2015 are just the kick in the ass we’ll need to start off a new year on the right foot.
If you prefer your Resolutions a little less G-Rated, then Stax Montana has you covered.
Sports fans need to make Resolutions too. If you’re a die-hard fanatic, you might want to adopt some of these sports-centric commitments from Rachel Bonnetta and the gang at Whistle Sports.
Every year brings new challenges, especially if you’re a hardcore gamer. The gang over at The Gaming Show have some perfectly respectable resolutions you can borrow for 2015.
Some of us are so perfect that we just can’t see any room for improvement. I get it. So does Hayley G Hoover, so she’s given us some resolutions for all those a-holes in your life who could stand to do a little better.
Always remember that New Year’s Resolutions have the potential to go horribly wrong. The lovely Jess Lizama and the crew at FLAMA have Five Resolutions that you definitely SHOULDN’T make for 2015.
Now that you’ve got all your resolutions figured out, here’s a few tips from Chris Thompson on how to actually stick to them.