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As 2012 winds to a close, most of us are already thinking about 2013.  Resolutions are being pondered and goals being set.

Some might even be thinking about this past year’s resolutions.

It seems like more often than not, the old year’s resolutions turn into the new year’s resolutions.

Perhaps this year we should all consider making new resolutions. Maybe this year instead of resolving to go to the gym more (a little vague, don’t you think?), you can resolve to run a half marathon or do three 5K’s. Or instead of get organized, you can resolve to finally go through that box of photos.

Or maybe we should just all resolve to be more resolute. That sounds doable.
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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Resolutions are just lies we tell ourselves in order to face another cold, snowy January. Once it warms up again, we no longer need the extra motivation, so our resolutions are forgotten. 😀

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  2. OMC says:

    Resolutions are what we are required to read about every December and January then vaguely recall each March…without resolutions, what would the news media report about on slow January days?

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