Alex Eclavea


“My New Year’s resolution is to be the person I am meant to be.

I plan to be more considerate of others, create my success, make more movies, be more innovative, and stay healthy.

I guess I believe in New Year resolutions, but not exactly in the same way most people think of them. Most people might think that a new year means you start new and forget all of the things that you maybe could’ve done differently. The problem with viewing New Year’s resolutions like that is that you make yourself wait a whole year just to change a few things. I believe that New Year’s resolutions are pretty much pointless because, it’s not about what you say, it’s about what you do. Why wait a whole year to create a new goal when you can just make one every day and work on it each day of your life. Live each day like it’s your last because you never know if tomorrow will come. It’s the truth.
I always know that I am capable of achieving whatever I put my mind to. Don’t think, know. I have my goals, and I will achieve them – as long as I put in the work and stay devoted.
I think people gain hope through New Year’s resolutions because everyone gets into the mindset that it is time to start over. There is a certain mindset that comes along with realizing a year just went by and you still have things to change.”