We all know that 2016 is ending (hallelujah) and 2017 is a mere wink away (can it really get worse?). We also all know that Buzzfeed quizzes are like the internet and can’t lie to us. Thus, I took all the quizzes to find out what 2017 will bring for me. Four relationship quizzes and one general quiz… no I’m no desperate, I’m just interested in knowing my future right now.
Here’s what my 2017 is going to shape up to look like. It’s a pretty crowded year, so I better start saving money and planning! I’ll be back in December 2017 to tell you how accurate all of this is… because obviously it will all be true.
- I’ll FINALLY lower my standards…I mean find someone.
2. Not only will I definitely be in a relationship (c’mon, got that result three times) but he’ll pop the question!
3. Oh god, I’ll have to plan a wedding in less than a year. Mom? Dad? You ever rob a bank?
Take some of the quizzes here: Food or Relationship or Future
I’ll repost in a year and let you know how (in)accurate these results are!
Happy 2017, y’all
It’s that time of year again that requires you to buy everyone, who you’ve ever crossed paths with, a gift. And your family repeatedly asks for what you want as a present.
The truth is, what we really actually want, no one can buy for us.
1. Calorie-less food that doesn’t taste like vegetables
2. Money (like a lot)
3. A job that doesn’t suck…well, maybe just a job will work
4. A re-do on the whole election thing
5. The ability to be socially chill around our crushes
6. The chance to erase our middle school years
…to panic because 2016 will soon be over. Holy failed bucket list for the second decade in a row. How is it that 11 months can go by so quickly? And how is it that I am such a procrastinator? [I planned on writing this days ago and look what I’m doing now]
Every year we make the Great List of To Dos and every year we get maybe two marked off, which are typically the “go to gym” (went twice this year #crushedit) and “save money” (got enough stars at Starbucks for a free drink #doublecrushedit). But, everything else still has yet to be crossed out as per usual.
My question is: why do we set such high standards for ourselves? Here are a few reasons why we don’t get things marked off our bucket list:
1. We’re poor
2. We truly have zero motivation
3. It takes too much time to plan things
4. “Find a Significant Other” never counts
5. We don’t write down realistic things
6. We aren’t honest with ourselves
Until next time,