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Once the ball drops and the champagne is gone, the New Year is all about the new you. But what's so bad about the old you?


Let's be honest: When is the last time you actually kept a New Year's resolution? The start of a new year always feels like the perfect time for self-improvement but the first week of January is a slaughterhouse that most New Year's goals do not survive.

Instead of feeling guilty about breaking your resolutions this year, though, you might want to take a page from the queen of confidence herself, Miss Piggy.


Self improvement is great, but to start off the new year Miss Piggy reminded us all that self-acceptance is even better. While everyone else was promising to change who they are, only Miss Piggy wondered why you would mess with perfection.

It was the kind of Tweet only she could deliver.






But what else would you expect from the most fabulous pig on the planet?







Learning to love yourself for who you are is one resolution you can work on year-round.





We would tell Miss Piggy to never change, but it looks like that was her plan all along.


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