People around the world ushered in the new year with all the hullabaloo it usually brings. Parties have been partied, updates have been posted on Twitter and Facebook, quotes have been shared, and of course, New Year's resolutions have been made.
According to Twitter, here are the top words that have been shared in relation to New Year's resolutions.
Many people who want to work out;
- omigod, its 2015 already, i swear it was just jan 2014 yesterday - new year, new me - I will workout this year and get six pack abs!
— Shary Hakeem (@yourhome_boy) January 1, 2015
My 2015 New Year's Resolutions: Eat Healthy Work Out More Watch More Movies in Theatre AND BUY MORE BLURAYS AND STEELBOOK! HA ;)
— JB-TheMovieVlog (@TheMovieVlog) January 1, 2015
— Princess Sari Alana (@Princessnight52) January 1, 2015
new year's resolution; lose weight and keep it off !!
— #harrylouyear (@galaxyxharry) January 1, 2015
And be happy.
New Years resolution: be happy. help others. make a difference. keep it simple.
— •piyush• (@piyusha_botejuu) January 1, 2015
+ give back be happy be yourself pic.twitter.com/GpHA1NvsdO
— valennnnz (@valenciaakwek) January 1, 2015
Celebrities also shared their hopes and resolutions (and their relationship statuses) for the new year.
I'm gonna make more of an effort to take care of myself in 2015, stay away from all the drama & hopefully not have any flair ups.
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 31, 2014
New Years Resolution ,only people with love and joy will be in my life,I refuse to engage with confrontational or negative people brother HH
— Hulk Hogan (@HulkHogan) December 31, 2014
Hope everyone has a safe & Happy New Year!Cheers 2 less negativity&NO mean comments on social media.Positivity in the new year! STOPBULLYING
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) December 31, 2014
Just wanted to wish everyone happy holidays & all the best for 2015! PS Simon & I are still very much together, don't believe what you readx
— Adele (@OfficialAdele) December 28, 2014
My New Years resolution is to buy a 4K TV... So I can get better Resolution
— Russell Peters (@therealrussellp) January 1, 2015