It's that time of year when we commit to being healthier. Yay! But since old habits die hard, if you've already broken your resolutions, these tweets will sound all too familiar. [Shakes head in disappointment.]
Got ready for the gym, packed my gear and went for a burger instead 🍔>🏃🏻 #resolutionfail— Priya🦋 (@sayitrightltd) January 2, 2016
Just saw someone donate exercise equipment to Goodwill. Didn't think that would have happened until at least February. #resolutionfail— BJ Bungard (@bjbungard) January 2, 2016
I've already failed every single one of my New Years resolutions and it hasn't even been a week
— kimmiee (@pumpkiim) January 5, 2016
To eat French toast or to eat healthy?😩 Gotta go with the French toast! So much for my New Years resolution!😂
— Peyton List (@PeytonList) January 1, 2016
New Years resolution- Complete all my other New Years resolutions
— Alex Lee (@AlexLeeWorld) January 1, 2016
My New Year's resolution was to lose weight. Thanks to Schmidt's in Columbus, I am right on track. pic.twitter.com/rVaaiOp5yr
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) January 4, 2016
Oops forgot to workout yesterday and today, looks like my New Years resolution will have to wait till next year
— sar bear (@sarahlizzie23) January 3, 2016
New Years resolution #17: become as fat as I was the very first time that I ever thought I was fat.
— Kenzie Fei (@KenzieFei) January 5, 2016
R.I.P. to all the New Years resolutions that have already been broken.
— Grown Man Quotes (@UnsungQuotes) January 2, 2016
Jan 1: New Years Resolution
Jan 2: ok start today.
Jan 3: ok I mean it now.
Dec 31: damn that went quick. Try again tomorrow
— i ken see you (@kentaitin) December 30, 2015
Keep in mind that even if you fall off the healthy wagon, it's OK! Don't give up completely. Remember that each day is a new opportunity to do something good for yourself. And even small things can make a huge difference, so try these 52 healthy resolutions anyone can keep.