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The End Of The Year And The Start Of A New Decade
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The End Of The Year And The Start Of A New Decade

5 Name: Anonymous : 2019-12-01 11:40
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That's a good goal. I know people who have considered themselves victims of this or that or of the system and then used that as an excuse to avoid self-betterment, so it is good to hear you are trying to push out of that. Good luck mate. I hope you succeed!

This next decade I'm going to be shifting away from University, fully into the working world and hopefully start a family along the way. In terms of new year resolutions, I need to waste less time. There is a lot of junk that I can get sucked into just lurking on social media that I can cut out.

I'm pedantic, so I can't help but point out that we aren't really entering the next decade yet because that would be in 2021. The Julian calendar (which is the same as the Gregorian Calendar in this regard) started at year 1 AD without a historical year 0 between 1 BC and 1 AD. In this way, years 1-10 are a decade, 1-100 are a century, and 1-1000 are a millennia. 2011-2020 is thus a decade in this system, but I also get why that might be weird and people prefer the other way around with 2010-2019 being a decade.

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