Falling in love
Come on. Just because you watched Love Actually doesn't mean "THE ONE" is going to land in your lap.
As the idiom suggests, falling in love is a rather passive process. You're “falling” -- and who plans a fall? Still, every year, people resolve to fall in love -- not "go to more parties" or "spend more time on Tinder." Actual, veritable, ballads-and-butterflies love.
Setting the amorphous and impossible “resolution” that you’re going to fall in love in the new year is a recipe for failure and self-hatred. You'll inevitably feel crappy and probably desperate if you don't have success. Don’t put complicated, interpersonal stuff you can’t control on an agenda. That's weird and robotic, and will also make you sad.