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With the year 2014 about to end in a few hours, it is time to think about all those resolutions for the year 2015. Most of us make resolutions every year and end up breaking most of them. This ends up being a huge source of disappointment, but we’re not alone. Even our favorite celebrities are known to believe in making resolutions with every passing year. Some manage to keep them, while some don’t. Vine Vera reviews celebrity New Year’s resolutions for the year 2014. Whether or not these celebrities managed to keep them is for all to see.
Demi Lovato, an American actress and singer, had defined 2014 as a year of health, fitness, strength and music. With her beautiful looks and songs like Let It Go, it seems that she has been super successful in keeping her 2014 resolutions.
Talking about New Year’s Resolutions, one should really take inspiration from Katy Perry. Katy had once mentioned that if she ever felt the need to change something about her, she would just change it. She doesn’t believe in the pressure of setting yourself up for something just because it’s the 1st of January.
Hilary Duff, an American actress and singer, had vowed to read more books in the year 2014.
At the beginning of 2014, Khloe Kardashian had said that she loved the New Year because it always meant new beginnings. She said that you only live once, and therefore, it makes sense to make that one life perfect. Khloe talked about how we couldn’t fix our imperfections and so the best thing to do was to have fun, because you ultimately get what you give. And knowing the Kardashians, they have certainly had a lot of fun in the year 2014.
Kyle Richards, an American actress and TV personality, had vowed to try and stay off the iPhone as much as possible and to try and eat well.
Mario Lopez, the American TV host, wanted to do more for his community in the year 2014.
Elizabeth Banks, an American producer, director and actress, wanted to learn the piano in the year 2014, travel for fun and reduce the amount of time she wasted.
Jane Marie Lynch went the other way by stating that she would not start a diet in the year 2014. Well, with her looks, one wouldn’t feel the need to diet either.
Shia LaBeouf, an American actor famous for his controversial tweets, vowed to work on becoming a less controversial tweeter in the year 2014. And when reports came out about the Transformers star supposedly headbutting a drinker at a South London pub, his resolution about being less controversial might have gone for a toss, even though he retired from Twitter in the year 2014.
Hopefully, the successes and failures of these celebrity resolutions shall help you to understand the importance of making a resolution that you can actually keep. Vine Vera recommends you to make a resolution that allows you to slowly change your lifestyle and make it a habit. Anything that you plan to change suddenly is more than likely to end up being a total failure.