10 Struggles People Who Have Failed At Their New Year’s Resolution Can Relate To

January 5, 2016

1. Realizing those bowls of eba and slices of pizza have started taking you away from the road to FitFam.

This food will not eat itself please.

2. Staying calm and minding your business until Lagos traffic made you insult everybody around you.

Lagos traffic is not for the meek.

3. Getting tired on the first day of work after resolving to be more diligent at the office.

Can we have another public holiday next week please?

4. Skipping the first Friday/Sunday service of the year even though you planned to be more religious throughout the year.

Shebi God will understand now.

5. Already getting curved by a potential bae and it’s not even February yet.

Perhaps I will be alone forever?

6. Getting too drunk on 1st of January after resolving to quit alcohol.

This life is per head abeg.

7. Resetting all the 5 alarms that woke you up every morning of the past year.

5 more minutes of sleep please.

8. When you have already given up on having a tidy room for the rest of the year.

I can’t kill myself abeg.

9. When fuel scarcity and inflation are already preventing you from that good life you planned on having.

Hay God!

10. When you’re already too broke to start meeting your savings goals.

Cries in empty bank account.

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