Visionary teenager Kylie Jenner, 18, has arrived fashionably late at the New Year’s resolution party.
Sure, it’s mid-January, but when you’re a millionaire child from a reality dynasty, you don’t adhere to societal norms.
In a video snippet, the teen imparted some real wisdom. Sitting by a roaring fire and clutching a mug that appears to be empty, Jenner spake thus:
“Like, I feel like every year has a new energy, and I feel like this year is really about like, the year of just realising stuff.
“And everyone around me, we’re all just realising things,” she mused — in that emotionless Kardashian manner.
“Two thousand and sixteen… Looking good.”
If you don’t believe me, watch it here… Post continues after video.
For Kylie Jenner enthusiasts who subscribe to her personal website, a more in-depth look at Kylie Jenner’s 2016 plans was gifted. Here are some other things she wants to do in addition to realising things.
Tone down her look: “I kind of want to tone it down. I feel like 2016, everybody’s on the natural wave. I just want to take my nails off. No hair. No makeup. It’s too much to maintain sometimes. It’s hard being a girl.”
Yet she has plans for her hair: “Every time I think of colors, I only think of hair colors, and I would say burgundy. I really want to do burgundy or, like, red hair. Red vibes.”
And expand her make-up line: “What I want to accomplish in 2016 is a successful makeup line. I’m really feeling like this is my thing and I have more colors coming out, hopefully the end of January, beginning of February.”
Jenner wants to stay at home but also, not. “I’m kind of a homebody. I decided for 2016 that I want to be home as much as I can. Actually, I want to go to Jamaica.”
Finally, she really is keen to reconnect with her friends, and to stay off social media.
“I feel like I’m happier when I don’t read comments and I’m not on Instagram and I’m not focusing on what other people think about me. It makes me happier. I just don’t want to be on my phone.”
This was posted to Instagram 36 minutes before this article was published:
Don’t worry, Kylie. We all have trouble sticking to our resolutions.
The sooner you realise that, the better.
What would you rather do this year? Stay at home, or go to Jamaica? Or do both?