With the New Year finally here, we all have our New Year’s resolutions pasted on our desks, saved in our computers and glaring at us on our phone’s screens. Let’s not forget that celebrities too, decide on New Year’s resolutions. Bidding farewell to Year 2021, here are celebrities’ New Year Resolution, have a look!
“Oh, there’s so much I’d like to leave behind. In all honesty, 2021 wasn’t the best of years for me. But if I were to really list down what I don’t want a part of my life, it would have to be indecision, emotional turbulence and certain people even. I’m hoping that the New Year allows me to be more careful with my company, so I know where I’m investing my time and energy, and evolve in order to look past a lot of instability I had to endure”, says Sonya Hussyn
Yasir Hussain mentioned that “I would like to leave behind corona!”
“Post Strings, my professional life has changed entirely. With the world changing so fast, planning for the future has become near impossible. I’m leaving behind my anchor in 2021 and letting the wind guide me to wherever I’m meant to be”, says Bilal Maqsood.
“I would like to leave behind this virus we all came to know as “Covid”. I really wish that in the coming years we never get to hear the word “pandemic” ever again! I wish each and everyone a safe and happy 2022”, says Aagha Ali.
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Ali Gul Pir mentioned that “I want to leave behind toxicity in thoughts and other people around me. No room for negativity, jealousy and doubters. Only winning, only love, only success, even when I fail. If you are a person who says “can’t” a lot, then you are not going to be around me in 2022.”
“I would like to leave behind Covid, obviously, but also religious dogma, nationalism, and ignorance of all kinds. The planet faces apocalypse — and we’re still bickering about borders and boundaries”, says Ali Sethi.
“This year has been a big one for me, I left Pakistan for the first time for a long time. I spent a year abroad in Australia and instead of dwelling on the negative of leaving my home, family, friends and work I used this year to work on myself and my daughter’s development. I have healed, learnt and grown stronger than ever before ready to take on what 2022 has in store for me. Bring it on”, says Shaniera Akram.
“As 2021 comes to a close I hope we leave behind all that is stopping our country from reaching its full potential. I sincerely hope that in the coming year we can leave behind, hatred, intolerance, mob mentality, misogyny, and every evil that has caused sorrow nationwide, adding to the difficult years we’ve had during the pandemic. The Sialkot incident where a Sri Lankan manager was lynched was the height of intolerance and this was just one incident among many. We have so much more to learn as a society. We need to leave behind the mistreatment of women and children. Let us suffer no more. Let the new year bring an opportunity for us to grow out of archaic mentalities and may the years ahead deem us better than we ever were before”, says Faysal Qureshi.
“I would just urge everyone to learn to co-exist. Tolerance makes it possible for people to coexist peacefully. It is the basis for a fair society in which everyone can lead their lives as they wish. I feel that we as a nation need to work together for better Pakistan. We need to do it now and always keep in mind whatever we do it would eventually effect our future as a nation”, says Ahsan Khan.
Adnan Siddiqui mentioned that “I’d like to leave behind my fear of the unknown and anxiety of what lies ahead. The last two years, if anything, have been a big lesson on the fragility of life. There is no point in planning for years ahead and fretting over it. Live in the present moment!”
“I feel like every day I’m a new person, evolving and growing onto someone I love and looked up to. As 2022 embarks upon us, I’d like to express gratitude for 2021— it taught me a lot, about myself and about the relationships I’ve made with people. Professional or intimate — it’s been wonderful. Met many new people, had the opportunity of traveling a lot! What I’d like to leave behind is self-doubt — as women, as people, we tend to forget who we are and what we are capable of from time to time. I’d like to say let go of things like self-doubt that hold me back from achieving my potential. With that being said, I open arms and I welcome 2022 and see what this year brings to me”, says Faryal Mehmood.
Yarsa Rizvi mentioned that “I would like to leave behind my stupid self who still thinks most people are actually honest and nobody fakes sincerity.”
“I will get rid of expired relationships, I will stop overthinking and people pleasing. I will no longer allow external forces to dictate on how to live my life. This new year will also see a better me”, says Armeena Khan
“I’d like to leave behind all and every variant of coronavirus and get back to leading an absolutely normal life as was pre-Covid”, says Nadia Hussain.
“I would like leave behind all the negativity around the Covid-19 virus, which has been stressful for everyone and just look forward to a better year ahead”, says Tooba Siddiqui.
Komal Rizvi mentioned that “In 2021, I’m leaving behind all worries regarding my own future. And learning to take each day (the present) as it comes! Life is GREAT, and every moment is a blessing. Alhumdolillah.”
“I’d like to see the world leave the Covid pandemic behind and start a fresh and safe new chapter from 2022. A Covid-free world where we may all live and breathe safely once again. Ameen”, says Atiqa Odho.
“I want to leave behind the need to control everything, especially in my professional life. Sometimes one simply has to accept that what’s meant to happen will happen, which is easier said than done”, says Abdullah Siddiqui.
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