It’s finally 2019 and many people are well on their way toward a happier, healthier, and all-around better year thanks to their New Year’s resolutions. For those searching for ways to improve their lives this year, some magazines have released their own lists of good 2019 resolutions.
Some people are ignoring themselves altogether and, instead, making resolutions for their family members. But resolutions are hard to keep. That’s why some lists are curated specifically for those who are especially bad at keeping their promises.
Despite the many lists and methods for keeping true to your promises, Twitter is full of people who have already broken their 2019 resolutions.
Who wouldn’t be relieved to know that Cyndi Lauper is one of those people?
Ok I broke my first New Year’s resolution.. try try again🤣
— Cyndi Lauper (@cyndilauper) January 1, 2019
And she isn’t the only one who will “try try again”.
Other people were breaking their resolutions while sharing the fact that they were breaking them.
So my wife and I decided that my New Year’s Resolution would be to not piss her off at all this year.
*while typing this*
Jen: Are you putting that on twitter?
Jen: Well congratulations, you made it a whole 42 seconds before you broke your resolution. You Asshat!
— Charles Jeter (@crjeterjr) January 1, 2019
I woke up this morning and broke my New Years resolution to spend less time on my phone.
— Chad Ellimoottil, MD (@chadellimoottil) January 1, 2019
I already broke my 2019 resolution to not do bad tweets
— Bucky Isotope (@BuckyIsotope) January 1, 2019
I've already broken my new year resolution around healthy eating. Got to lunch time which is an improvement on last year so I'm taking the positives out of the effort.
— Adam White (@White_Adam) January 1, 2019
Other Twitter users’ promises vanished faster than their celebratory glasses of champagne.
One of my resolutions was ‘avoid drama’ and I’m pretty certain I broke this around 00:01 on 1/1/19 oops
— Lucy Purkis Charters ❄️ (@lpurkischarters) January 1, 2019
Started my New Year Resolution. And already broke it. Just before I went to bed at 4am I said I'm going to not drink in January. I sit here in The Winny with a pint and think fuck it.
— Bill Sheppard (@APATBillShep) January 1, 2019
Not even midnight and I’ve already broken 3 of my New Year Resolutions, and 2 of the 10 Commandments.
I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST FOR 2019 x x
— Jo Caulfield (@Jo_Caulfield) December 31, 2018
wow already broke my new years resolution which was to not spend 92 dollars on a single uber ride.
— FOOD 4 LIFE (@chrischromak) January 1, 2019
Broke my resolution and have been through the Taco Bell drive-thru three times already.
— Brent Terhune (@BrentTerhune) January 1, 2019
Had one serious new years resolution and it was to improve my language because i swear like a trooper and can say ive already broke it aboot 30 times. Always next year x
— Lauren Anderson (@Lauren2Anderson) January 1, 2019
But others are convinced not to let their lack of self-control get them down.
I’ve broken my resolutions but am optimistic about 2020.
— James Hamblin (@jameshamblin) January 1, 2019
If you didn’t make resolutions, no problem. If you already broke them, no worries.
Self reflection and development happens all year round and is continuous iteration. Don’t let the marketing hype tell you otherwise.
— mia (@mialoira) January 1, 2019
If you broke your resolution right now, it would really just take the pressure off for the whole year.
— Caissie St.Onge (@Caissie) January 1, 2019
We know this person broke her resolution:
Happy New Year to everyone except people who haven’t broken any resolutions yet
— 𝙼𝚜 𝙰𝚙𝚙𝚛𝚘𝚙𝚛𝚒𝚊𝚝𝚎 (@miss_propriety) January 1, 2019
Happy New Year to all, and may this be the best year yet — with or without resolutions.