2022 SOLUTIONS

Resolutions are never kept and overrated, so we decided to offer our list of solutions for every possibility that may arise in 2022.

The pandemic may dominate global attention in 2022, along with the #USA Democracy struggling and the #Republican party race to the bottom with its continuing disgraceful actions.

Happiness starts with telling yourself the truth, even when it hurts.

Make sure you always have your own money.

Choose your battles carefully and wisely.

Don’t take a bath when there’s a thunderstorm.

Never ride a motorcycle in the rain.

Mind your manners, including Ps, no Qs.

Always walk with your head held high.

People are all the same; they just have different faces.

Be kind and love your siblings. After the parents are gone, they will need each other! 

Show me who your friends are and that is who you are.

Marry the smartest person you can stand. 

The problem troubling you shall pass.

Soap is cheap. There’s no excuse for talking dirty.

Money may not buy love and happiness, but it makes life easier and less stressful.

Always be a credit to family and friends while helping the community.

Put on some clean clothes. It will make you feel good.

No matter who enters your life, never lose sight of who you are.

Never miss an opportunity to learn a new skill.

Anything worth having is worth working for.

Do your duty even if there’s no reward for it.

It’s not the government’s responsibility to provide for you. It will only take from you.

Good manners are extremely important 

Think good positive thoughts.

Look in the mirror and see if you see a friend there. If you don’t, take another look and get that friend back. 

Drink lots of water and don’t eat fried foods.

Most people will judge you by your etiquette.

No one can take away your knowledge and wisdom.

Always pick your own battles.

Treat everyone the same way you wish to be treated.

"Every couple should include a Latin lover, once in their life." -- Chinese proverb, about loving a Hispanic, which began with passion and evolved into romance.

Talks to inspire New Year's Resolutions. They're easy to make … and hard to keep. Our advice: Make resolutions that reflect your core values, to be kinder, more confident, more open to change. https://www.ted.com/playlists/217/talks_to_inspire_new_year_s_re?utm_so…