How to Make 2019 the Best Year of Your Life

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How to Make 2019 the Best Year of Your Life

Learning to play the bagpipes is one way to make 2019 your greatest year ever.

Learning to play the bagpipes is one way to make 2019 your greatest year ever.

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Learning to play the bagpipes is one way to make 2019 your greatest year ever.

LOOK/Robert Harding

LOOK/Robert Harding

Learning to play the bagpipes is one way to make 2019 your greatest year ever.

BHS Blueprint Staff, Staff

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What type of year is 2019 going to be for you?  Will it be another unsuccessful, boring year like last year?  Or will you make 2019 the best year of your life?  Here at the BHS Blueprint, we have compiled a number of tips that will help you make 2019 your greatest year ever.

  • Transfer to Andover.  Or Coon Rapids.  Or Anoka.  Or anywhere, really.  For God’s sake, just get out of here.
  • Have Michael Phelps race a shark for real
  • Get your braces taken off, even if your teeth aren’t straight
  • Turn off notifications on your news apps
  • Get Mr. Banse fired
  • Put Mr. Loo’s cactus out of its misery
  • Graduate.  It’s the most you’ll ever get celebrated for doing something that 83% of people do.
  • Learn how to do all Fortnite dances.
  • Read a good book, such as the Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.
  • Watch an uplifting movie, such as Apocalypse Now, or read an uplifting book such as Where the Red Fern Grows.
  • Learn to play the bagpipes
  • Cry every night
  • Step on all of your jokes
  • Root harder for the Vikings.  They look really good this year.
  • Flex on everyone with your Costco card
  • Take more power naps, preferably during class
  • Make a live-action Mickey Mouse movie
  • Avoid complacency by screaming, “Focus, you slacker!” at least once every hour
  • Work on your growth mindset by adding the word “yet” into every sentence.  For instance, “I don’t understand this calculus assignment yet,” and “I don’t have a criminal record yet.”
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