There is something special about the beginning of a new year that makes us all hopeful and positive. Things we didn’t do or rather avoided doing in the last 365 days make a return to our to-do-list. These range from pending official work and commitments to personal promises of fitness and healthy lifestyle that we couldn’t keep up. It is out of these unfinished tasks that people choose their ‘New Year Resolution’! It is often mocked at, because most people never succeed in sticking to their New Year resolution for the entire year. But what’s the harm in trying, isn’t it? It is with this positive spirit that people on Twitter have begun announcing their Ney Year resolutions for 2018 using the hashtag #MillennialNewYearResolutions. Some are serious while some are hilarious, but it nevertheless makes for an interesting read to know what the millennials are promising to do in 2018. 

#2017in5words: Twitterati Define the Year with Aadhar, GST and Virushka Wedding

#2017in5words: Twitterati Define the Year with Aadhar, GST and Virushka Wedding

New Year resolutions are typically promises that one makes to oneself and tries to follow for the next year. In this case, millennials and other Twitter users have tweeted about the incidents that shaped 2017 and related resolutions for 2018. Their resolutions range from linking Aadhaar to not posting ‘gym selfies’ and doing their own laundry to eating healthy. Through the resolutions, the millennials are taking a dig at themselves and accepting their flaws. The result is a string of hilarious resolutions that are sure to bring a smile on your face.

Check out the tweets here:

Snapchat:

Build relations in the ‘real’ world:

Bitcoin Bosses:

Aadhar:

Gym selfies:

Basics:

How many of you agree on this?

A whole list!

Making and announcing one’s New Year resolution is clearly one of the biggest trends globally at present. While some diligently stick to what they promised themselves, others fail to do so. This could be owing to work schedule, lifestyle or simply boredom. Hence, it is often said that a person must choose his resolution carefully. A la Salma Khan, you can then say ‘Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, uske baad main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta!