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Patriots share their 2024 new years resolution’s

Students of VHMS have made their New Year resolutions and new goals for the year. Teens are disposing of old habits and creating better ones, such as setting a goal to get better grades, being tidy or developing a new skill, to name a few.
Senior Serenity Carter said her resolution is to pass AP classes and get a three on the exam.
“I want to be more dedicated to work and put more time aside for studying,” Carter said. “But I also have the motivation to go to the gym and quit the habit of procrastination.”
Along with creating new goals comes sticking to them.
Senior David Simon added on to his upcoming goals as well.
“My New Year’s resolution is to focus on important tasks and stay in shape,” Simon stated. “To make my resolutions stick by focusing in my classes, lifting weights and doing small workouts to stay fit.”
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Mrs. Ryherd, an Attendance clerk, explained, “My goal and resolution is to develop a fitness regimen and it requires establishing a routine and developing a plan that I can stick with.” she also stated, “I believe with the right inspiration, I can achieve these goals” in addition she said, “The bad habits I want to get rid of is being an idol and losing sight of my end goal.”
Most people make new goals for the new year to better themselves as a being. It helps to evolve, change perspective on life, and focus on what matters. Reaching and finding a goal, such as something minor, is also stimulating to the mind as if it were therapeutic. According to, These resolutions can fill us with excitement in anticipation of the possibilities of achieving goals or weigh us down with dread and apprehension of not living up to our expectations.
Resolutions can fail for a myriad of reasons. People often start with the best intentions but realize later that their expectations are unattainable. Sometimes, people’s goals take too long to achieve. People take on changes they perceive as necessary because others are doing something similar, but in the end, it is not realistic for other people, as claimed by
Being realistic and spontaneous can achieve a goal outside someone’s comfort zone. To keep people on track with their main goal is to have a strong mindset and build a healthy character. It’s OK to take time to let go of past experiences from old behavior. It’s OK to grow and develop into something more significant.

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Janah Green, Staff Writer and Photographer
My name is Janah. I am a senior graduating in 2024. This is my first year on newspaper and yearbook staff and I am very excited to take pictures for this year and to enjoy my last year in high school. I like art and drawing and going out with friends to the mall. I also like to paint cartoon creatures. When I graduate, I want to go to school for nursing.
Jordan Estevez, Staff Writer
Hello, I am Jordan Estevez, a member of the Newspaper and Yearbook staff. I enjoy drawing with a passion and plan to be an animator and get into the animation field. I want to earn my bachelors of Arts degree from UT Austin. My favorite hobbies include soaking in music daily, thrifting to find cool finds, watching movies continuously, and reselling clothes. My favorite foods and drinks include sushi from H-E-B, hot fries, sweet tea and a good iced matcha latte. I find myself a very friendly person and a good listener. I have a childhood dog named Chewy, who's quite literally awesome. This is my first year in the Yearbook and Newspaper community. I am greatly honored to be on this staff. LETS GO PATRIOT NATION!! :) 

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