Guest Author - Dominique Jordan
The first month of 2013 has finally arrived, bringing in a wave of new possibilities and chances. But what if youíre not so sure about the many possibilities that the new year may bring? Are you anxious, confused, or even hostile to what the new year may hold? If youíre a teen and all these things apply to you itís not too late to turn things around. Read on to discover the positive reasons that can be used to help you celebrate the brand new wonders that 2012 can bring.
1. Itís a year for a new YOU! Now is the opportunity to re-invent yourself so that new possibilities may come your way. As a teen there are a lot of things that you may be looking forward to. You may be looking for a new beau, learning in a new school, or even developing new hobbies.
Whatever the case may be, one thing is certain: You have to re-invent yourself if you want new things to happen to you in the new year. You can learn a new language, change your hairstyle, or even shop for a new wardrobe.
However you decide to change in the new year, just remember that you have to take the first step in order to reach the top of the staircase.
2. Itís a new year for setting new goals! Now is the time to make new goals for yourself in the new year. Have you ever wanted to try something new, but have always been afraid to do it? Donít let fear hold you back.
Now is the time to shed all of your fears and insecurities and replace them with feelings of excitement and positivity. If youíve always wanted to do something, just do it.
Itís up to you to set the goals you want and take the steps that are necessary that would help you accomplish those goals.
3. Itís a new year for meeting new friends! Meeting new people is always fun. Make 2013 the year that you take the chance to speak to people youíve never met before.
Make this the year that you will be a little nicer to the people around you and youíll find that youíll make lots of new friends.
In conclusion, take advantage of the new year! Make it an unforgettable one by re-inventing yourself, setting new goals, and making new friends.