Dec 152021

The year is almost over, and Patch wants to know what Palos Verdes residents are promising for their 2022 resolutions.

Patch asks what your 2022 resolutions might be.
Patch asks what your 2022 resolutions might be. (Shutterstock)

PALOS VERDES, CA — The dawning of a new year is creeping closer, Palos Verdes. We know, it seems like just yesterday residents were carving jack ‘o’ lanterns and loading butterball turkeys into shopping carts.

Some celebrate the occasion by imbibing all their way into the new year, and others choose to host intimate gatherings with loved ones.

For many, the New Year is a time to celebrate together with the hope that the next year will be better than the last. That’s where New Year’s resolutions come into play.

While such resolutions often feel about as useful as an umbrella amid a hurricane, they’re fun, aren’t they?

In the U.S., 188.9 million adults made New Year’s resolutions going into 2021, a roughly 15 percent increase from the previous year, according to a report from Finder. On the other hand, some 25 percent of adult Americans went into 2021 without making any resolution, according to the same study.

With those statistics in mind, we at Patch are wondering: What is your New Year’s resolution? Do you have the mind to start meditating every day? Do you want to travel more? We’d love to learn more about your hopes for 2022.

Please take a moment to fill out this survey for the chance to have your New Year’s resolution featured on Palos Verdes Patch.


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