New Years Resolution

swim3My new years resolution is to swim three times a week. I first joined a swim team when I was six years old. My mom placed me in swimming because it is a sport you focus on improving yourself, and it was to help me develop social skills. When I was younger I had horrible anxiety and I was really shy. Swimming started off as just a hobby but soon became my whole life. I absolutely fell in love with swimming and couldn’t picture my life without it. I was actually really good at it, and made state multiple times. I also made my best friends in swimming, and spent everyday after school in the pool and every weekend at swim meets. Then in high school conflicts began and caused it to be not as important. But swimming made me who I am today. I started to miss swimming this year. Way too much. So I made my new years resolution to swim three times a week. It’s a good way to stay in shape, and makes me not give up on one of my passions in life.

As a leader what do you really want in 2015?
In 2015 I want to find who I really am. I am currently going in all different direction and hope to find the path I want to follow for the rest of my life. I want to find what I am truly passionate about and spend my time wisely. In 2015 I want to be me. Also I want to live by my mission statement: Live by helping others.

What do you really need in 2015?
In 2015 I really need the support of my family. Family is the most important thing to me, and as I grow as a person and wonder away from home I am losing my family more and more. I miss my family and I really need to know if they support me along my life decisions.

What will you share in 2015?
I will share my positivism with others around me. It’s important to stay positive and stress free, or else you can lose sight in what is really important. I want to share the power of positive attitude.

What will you succeed at in 2015?
I’ll succeed in being myself in 2015. I spent my life always too worried about what others think. But this year I want to improve on myself, and do things for me. I will succeed in being myself and embracing who I am. 2015 is going to be a good year for me, and I promise myself that.