Kim Kardashian dishes the dirt on her New Year's resolutions
New mum Kim Kardashian is hoping to lose weight and work on her flexibility in 2016.
The reality TV star, who welcomed her second child Saint West earlier this month, took to her website on New Year's Eve to share her hopes for 2016.
"To be honest, I'm not really into New Year's resolutions," the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wrote.
"I've done them before, but I don't believe in them.
"For some people, they are a good jumping off point, but for me, I like to set goals throughout the year. I think setting little goals every month is productive and long-term goals (like saving money or learning a new language) are important, too. But I don't need a new calendar year to do that."
And her first goals of 2016 include losing all the weight she put on while pregnant and learning to do the splits.
"In the next coming months I'd obviously like to shed the baby weight," Kanye West's wife added.
"That's the big one to accomplish first! I'd also like to finish our home next year, so we're working hard to make decisions and meet deadlines so it gets done. I'd like to do some really cool photo shoots for my website.
"I want to do a couple more fun weekend trips with my Twitter followers that I haven't met yet ... (and) I want to plan a West family vacation... Oh, I also want to learn how to do the splits LOL!"
Kim might not believe in New Year's resolutions, but her big sister Kourtney does, and she's focused on putting herself, her children and God first in her life after a tumultuous 2015.
"I haven't made New Year's resolutions for as long as I can remember," she wrote on her website on Wednesday. "However since I have made a lot of changes this year, writing down my resolutions felt important to do. Here are selections: to continue on the workout mission that I started this year, to continue to strengthen my relationship with Jesus and to refocus my priorities, making sure that "me" is high on the list."
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