As we usher in new year 2019, let me share my wishlists based on my experiences in 2018 and even in the past years. I may not guarantee that I will achieve all these, but with the help of my family, friends, and God, I will be able to accomplish at least fifty percent of what the list contains.
No to fake news this new year
The proliferation of fake news has made some media outlets become the guardians of genuine and credible new sources. I hope we should not become victims of fake news by discriminating enough not to share data and information that are too good to be true.
The social reality we live in is alarming regarding the number of people affected. We still see a lot of children on the street, garbage uncollected, sudden changes in weather, etc. If we care enough, we must start using less plastic and recycling more. This new year, I guess we need to be involved in social projects that promote the welfare of the poor and the uneducated.
Modern technology and fast food restaurants have made living less stressful. But coupled with the instant access to these modern amenities is our health problems. 2019 will be a health and fitness year for me.
Each of us has our annual resolution, written physically or in our minds only. We may only achieve some on our list. Still, the most important thing is we can take time to analyze what transpired in 2018 and promised not to do the things that created negative impacts in our life.