It’s common to make New Year’s resolutions for yourself come January 1, but now that you’re part of a duo, there are probably a few things you wish your spouse would resolve for him or herself as well. We asked newlyweds on TheNest.com what they hope their spouse will change when the clock strikes 12 on January 1.
Many users of TheNest.com are concerned for their spouse’s wellbeing. We suggest you two embark on a New Year’s shape-up plan together.
“I wish he would finally quit smoking and stop drinking three or four coffees a day.” --RIDERPUNK
“I want him to start going to the gym and eating better.” --JSTEWART
“Eat more, actually. I worry that he’s not getting the nutrition he needs.” --JAKESBIGSIS
“I wish he would be more open to foods and let me cook some new recipes.” --JSMITHOREGON
Other newlyweds on TheNest.com hope their spouse has the same New Year’s resolutions they do -- specifically, expanding the family and spending more time together.
“Maybe he could slow down a little and just enjoy life, instead of rushing through it!” --STEEN05
“To knock me up!” --XINEYMARIE
“I wouldn’t be upset if he planned more vacations for us!” --BBRIDE2009
“Mine would be for him to play his video games just a little less and to spend a little more time doing fun activities with me.” --CAUSMCWIFE
“Surprise me one day and actually be on time.” --DEZI ANNETTE
Finally, some wish their spouse would stop being lazy!
“He wants to get his master’s, but c’mon -- a little less talk and a lot more action, please.” --LIVFREE
“I wish he would decide to get his hair cut on a regular basis, rather than waiting until he can’t see.” --MARIEDAIGLE
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