Albert Einstein famously defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
How many people actually stick to that new gym routine or keep their promise to quit eating ice cream after 9 p.m.? Studies show that New Year’s resolutions last a week, at best.
And yet, every January 1, we continue to make grand declarations. Because you never know. Maybe this year will be different, right? Right?!
Pour yourself another glass of bubbly and scroll down for our New Years resolutions…
Chris Bull, Q.Digital Co-Founder & Editorial Director
Jeremy Kinser, Queerty Managing Editor
Dan Tracer, Queerty Editor
In 2016, I’m resolved to stop giving fringe Republican candidates the oxygen they need to keep burning, to never click on any headline that contains the word “full-frontal,” and to treat every religious conviction with the solemn respect it deserves. I should probably note that I’ve never kept kept any of my resolutions.
Graham Gremore, Queerty Staff Writer
Every year since 2009 I’ve vowed to lose 10 pounds, and every year I’ve failed. This year I’m switching up my strategy and, rather than losing weight, I just hope not to gain any.
Derek de Koff, LGBTQ Nation Editor
I resolve to stop dancing and crying simultaneously.
Jake Myers, Account Manager for Queerty and GayCities
Joseph Lease, Account Manager for Queerty and GayCities
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