The start of January brings much of the same every year: diet plans, money saving tips, gym memberships, and motivational slogans galore. One of the pro-resolution sayings most commonly heard is New Year, New You. I hate this saying because, more often than not, anyone saying this turns into a "new person" for the first two weeks and then goes back to their usual self. I think that instead we should say New Year, Same Me because that implies that, yes, even though the year is new, I am the same person. Changing doesn't make you a new person, it makes you the same, changed, person. Over the year I might have developed different tastes and habits, but I am still the same person. Changing is part of being human and changing doesn't make you a new person. It's a new year but the same me.