Making New Year's Resolutions

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Outline Title: Making New Year’s Resolutions Thesis Statement: I believe in making resolutions in general but not in making New Year’s resolutions. I- My friends and I disagree on the subject of New Year’s resolutions, because they have not thought about the commitment. II- Opponents argue that it is better to make resolutions in the new year because of the importance of the new year and they need to have a goal for the new year. III- They also argue that when one begins making resolutions, one do not necessarily need devotion and that it will come with the time as long as the resolution is important to you. IV- Another of their arguments is that because it is a new year, they need to list all the things they want to change in their resolutions. Making New Year’s Resolutions Recently, I was talking with my friends and we had an argument about making New Year’s resolutions. Jamie in particular declared that she wants to make a real commitment to her goal to save money. They were for making New Year’s resolutions and I was not. Everybody has his own opinion about that and my opinion is that making New Year’s resolution is not a good idea. To make resolutions, one does not have to wait the whole year; one has to be devoted to the cause; but sometimes, people make New Year’s resolutions just because they feel like doing something new in the new year. I believe in making resolutions in general but not in making New Year’s resolutions. Opponents argue that it is better to make resolutions in the new year because it is the new year and they need to have a goal for the new year. But to make resolutions, one does not have to wait for the beginning of a new year. It is true when the new year comes, a person feel as if he wants to change some things in his life; he/she wants to have new beginnings; but if the resolution one wants to make is

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