Fatima Alfaro / Quadratin
MORELIA, Michigan, December 29, 2022.- The year 2022 draws to a close and with it, the definition of goals and objectives for which people will work throughout the new year.
In Morelia, residents and passersby told Quadratin some of their resolutions for 2023, among which they prioritized health and family.
“My goal is to take care of my health, be good with my girls, have a job, and lots of peace and love,” said Arceli Reyna, a homemaker.
“My aim is to have a good time with my family, my brothers and sisters, take care of my health and that of my loved ones,” said Tano Meza, a painter.
Other expressed objectives are studies and business, seeking to achieve better performance in these areas, especially in the wake of the health contingency arising out of the COVID 19 pandemic.
Evelyn Romero, a student, said, “I want to study more, have a better relationship with myself, have more time for myself, and eat healthier.”
“Now that we are at the end of the COVID 19 pandemic, we want to seek new investments and attract new partners for our economic projects,” said Omar Corzo, a lawyer.
When asked about the fulfillment of the objectives set in 2022, the interviewees said that they have reached their goal.
Tano Meza said, “Yes, I did, because my goal is to be happy, I don’t know what day it is, I live a happy life.”
“Yes, I managed to meet my objectives for this year, 2021 was very difficult financially for my family, as was everyone else, and we were able to achieve stability in 2022,” Omar Corozo explained.
Evelyn Romero said, “Some of them I put into practice, especially focusing more on my studies.”
“Most of my goals were achieved, especially those related to health,” concluded Arceli Reyna.