This Is Gwyneth Paltrow's Surprising New Year's Resolution
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This Is Gwyneth Paltrow's Surprising New Year's Resolution Last year proved to be unlike any another that came before it, so if you didn't achieve all of your ambitious resolutions for 2020, don't be too hard on yourself. Although 2020 was challenging—to say the least—many people have gone into 2021 with new resolutions and challenges for themselves, celebrities included, like actor Gwyneth Paltrow. The Goop founder recently shared one of her resolutions for 2021, and it doesn't have anything to do with losing weight or her beauty routine. In fact, it's something many of us could probably benefit from: cursing less. To find out what led Paltrow to make this resolution, read on, and to see what her daughter looks like now, check out Gwyneth Paltrow Posts Rare Photo of 16-Year-Old Lookalike Daughter, Apple.Paltrow's 2021 resolution came post-New Year's Day, proving it's never too late to resolve to make a change. On Jan. 3, she shared a video on Instagram of herself gushing about a new Goop face oil, and toward the end of the video, she drops the oil and lets out a loud f-bomb, followed by a panicked glance into the camera. Along with the video, Paltrow posted a lengthy caption on how wonderful the new product is, and she closed out the message with a side note: "I am committed to swearing less in 2021. Whoops."While Paltrow may have been embarrassed by her slip, other stars thought the curse was hilarious. "Gosh darn it. I love you in PG and X ratings, and everything in between," Drew Barrymore commented. Jennifer Garner also declared she was "Sold!" in the comment section.Paltrow isn't the only celebrity who's setting goals for the new year. Here are some other stars' 2021 resolutions, and to learn what Paltrow might have gotten (or given) for Christmas, check out The Most Absurd Item on Gwyneth Paltrow's Gift List.Read the original article on Best Life.
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