What is Your New Year's Resolution?

We want to know what you resolve in 2012.

What is your New Year’s resolution?

Do you make them? Do you break them?

Let us know what they are! Having them in writing might just give you more motivation!

Submit your resolutions in the comments section.

Happy New Year!

Gina Fishman January 01, 2013 at 08:07 PM
I like that Brenda..I think I need words to live by! Thanks for the suggestion.
Lisa Vasile January 02, 2013 at 12:28 PM
To do something each day that my future self will thank me for. It's my "words to live by" each day and one I ask my clients to think about. Imagine if each day you did ONE thing that you knew was something your future self would thank you for? Whether it be put things where they belong so you can find them when you need them, put a little $ aside for a crisis later, move more, start a practice of slowing down like journaling or yoga, eat food that nourishes your body instead of packaged processed stuff we all know does no good for our future self.... We only have one body and your future self will thank you if you make ONE choice a day - each day - to pamper it... What better time to kickstart your future self than a New Year??
Ed Bertorelli January 02, 2013 at 01:29 PM
I promise to make better bad decisions.....
Doug Melanson January 02, 2013 at 01:36 PM
Thanks Linda. Happy New Year. I hope the year brings you much happiness.
Heather Gould January 02, 2013 at 03:03 PM
I really want to drop some lbs. But I also want to be a better wife & mom. So more them time & less "me" time, but also to make the most of my "Me" time and not sit on my butt, but really DO something for ME. Like get a massage, or work out, etc.. Off to get a haircut! happy new year!!


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