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Question 16: Have You Been Successful in Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions?

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Question 16: Have you been successful in keeping your New Year's resolutions?

Where did January go? And why do we make resolutions at all? I imagine most of us vow to quit smoking, make a career move, get organized, save money, and lose weight every year around this time.

Truthfully, I have not been concentrating that hard on my resolutions, and I'm glad this question came along to remind me. Maybe February is my month! It's never too late to start, after all. So enough excuses about the lack of time and constant fatigue. Time to make a plan. After all, they've done studies, you know. Sixty percent of the time, it works every time.

Posted by eileenburke on February 16, 2012 at 5:45AM | Permalink | 0 Comments

posted by
2/16/12

In short, yes. Overshot my goal already and will keep going.


posted by
2/16/12

i rarely make any new years resolution


posted by
2/16/12

I rarely make new year's resolutions, but this year is fantastic, and happy to say that everything I told myself I wanted to do I have already begun! It's going to be a good one and I hope everyone out there is feeling that same happy vibe!


posted by
2/16/12

we are manufacturer and exporter,i hope my business is very good in new year.but not yet ,Hope this year the global economy can be better,God


posted by
2/19/12

NO WAY!!!


posted by
2/20/12

I kinda set myself up to succeed. Mine was to drink more water. I was drinking about none before, so every sip is a small victory.



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