As we move towards starting a new year, the majority of people tend to think that 2013 has been a bad year, and maybe full of problem.

But the thing is that our daily behavior let us only emphasize the bad situations we find our self in during the past year, while the good memories just slips away.

So with the last International POW for 2013, try to make at least one New year resolution; each time something good happens with you, write it down, and keep that note near you to add things to it later.

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Sarah O'Grady, left, and Tanya O'Grady, both from Birmingham in the United Kingdom, get hit by a wave at Bondi Beach as they celebrate Christmas Day in Sydney. (Rick Rycroft/AP)
Sarah O’Grady, left, and Tanya O’Grady, both from Birmingham in the United Kingdom, get hit by a wave at Bondi Beach as they celebrate Christmas Day in Sydney. (Rick Rycroft/AP)
Revellers in mock military uniforms take part in the battle of ‘Enfarinats,’ on Saturday in Ibi, Spain. (David Ramos / Getty Images)
Astronaut Mike Hopkins captures majestic view during Christmas Eve spacewalk (Rick Mastracchio / NASA)
American president Barack Obama, looks to a yawning first lady Michelle Obama as Sasha Obama puts her head down during the final minutes of the Oregon State University versus University of Akron college basketball game at the Diamond Head Classic at the Stan Sheriff Center in Honolulu. Michelle Obama’s bother, Craig Robinson, is the coach of Oregon State. The first family is in Hawaii for their annual holiday vacation. Akron won 83-71. (Carolyn Kaster/AP)
An iPad captures friends and family holding candles, in Flint Township, for Monica Campbell, 42, who was killed after being hit by two vehicles, police say, at River Forest Drive. (The Flint Journal, Zack Wittman/AP)
Firefighters battle a wind-driven brush fire in Simi Valley, Califormia. Strong Santa Ana winds spread the fire quickly, however, firefighters gained the upper hand in several hours after an all out assault using water dropping helicopters, engines, and hand crews. (Dan Steinberg/AP)
A novice Tibetan monk gestures to the camera as he listens to the spiritual leader the Dalai Lama deliver the Jangchup Lamrim teachings at the Sera Monastery in Bylakuppe, 135 miles west of Bangalore, India. The ten-day teachings began Dec. 25. (Abhishek N. Chinnappa/AP)
A man performs fire breathing during the World Fiesta street parade, an event to usher in Visit Malaysia Year 2014, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. More than 3000 costumed dancers took part in the parade. (Lai Seng Sin/AP)
Anti-government protesters jump over the fence during a rally at the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand. About 5,000 protesters took part in the rally and later stormed in to the DSI office building when the DSI has charged the protest leaders on illegal demonstrations and frozen their bank accounts last week. (Wason Wanichakorn/AP)
Snow-covered Lake Michigan is seen in Chicago. Two bursts of light snow are likely to total 1 to 2 inches area-wide, making this the snowiest Christmas in the Chicago area since 2002 when 2 inches fell. (Nam Y. Huh/AP)
Pope Francis kisses a statue of baby Jesus as he celebrates the Christmas Eve Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican. (GREGORIO BORGIA / AP)
In Surabaya, Indonesia, worshipers gather despite a warning from police that Islamic extremists may be planning to target Christmas and New Years celebrations in the capital Jakarta and other parts of the country. (JUNI KRISWANTO / AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
Twelve-year-old Dani Morrow of Osseo got the surprise Christmas present of her life when she received a horse and supplies from the area horse community, in Osseo, Wis. Morrow’s father died of cancer in October and her horse died a few weeks ago. (Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Dan Reiland/AP)

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