Lifestyle 2015 trends we're sick of: The Kardashians, selfie sticks, kale and more By amNY Updated December 27, 2015 7:56 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email A new year is a fresh start. We've had enough of 2015 and its trends, from selfie sticks and kale to "Netflix and chill" and Taylor Swift's girl squad. And don't even get us started on Donald Trump or his Twitter. Here's what we'd like to leave in 2015. Selfie sticks Photo Credit: iStock It's a public safety issue. Kale Photo Credit: iStock Move over, kale. We're ready for a new trendy veggie. 'Netflix and chill' Photo Credit: FRABOTTIDESIGN via Etsy Kids these days. Hillary Clinton's emails Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Na Son Nguyen Bernie Sanders said it best: We're sick and tired of her damn emails! New York institutions closing Photo Credit: iStock Bye forever, Pacha. Donald Trump tweeting Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Robyn Beck Take this guy's phone away already. Justin Bieber Photo Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Winter And his Beliebers, for that matter. Partisan presidential debates Photo Credit: Getty Images / Justin Sullivan We've heard enough. Crowdfunding personal vacations Photo Credit: iStock If you want to go on a vacation you can't afford, get a credit card. The #goals hashtag Photo Credit: iStock #SorryNotSorry. Taylor Swift's multiplying squad Photo Credit: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison Is there anyone Taylor Swift's not friends with? The phrase 'can't even,' again Photo Credit: iStock We "can't even" with this phrase. The Kardashians, still Photo Credit: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison Please don't make us keep up with the Kardashians in 2016. By amNY Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Giants vanish: Toys 'R' Us Times Sq and other things we'll miss in 2016These iconic NYC shows and places won't be with us in 2016. New Yorkers share their resolutions for 2016Here's what real New Yorkers resolve to do in 2016. Must-see photos from around the world in 2015Look back at the top photos from around the U.S. and world this year. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.