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My New Year's resolution is ...

Lose weight/get in shape 30% 57 votes
Stop smoking 3% 7 votes
Reduce stress in my life 12% 23 votes
Be kinder/more charitable 5% 11 votes
Other 4% 9 votes
I don't make a New Year's resolution 42% 78 votes
Total Votes: 185

Note: This is not a scientific poll.

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December 29, 2009
4:58 p.m.

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mhowie ( Mindy Howie ) says...

Resolutions are so binding -- they make me feel like I've failed if I fall off the wagon, to the point that I end up giving up entirely.

December 30, 2009
12:22 p.m.

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dhopkins ( Douglas Hopkins ) says...

Time 4 all u heavyweights out there to get in shape and train hard and there r no excuses It will help you with your low self esteem and lay off the cookies and all the other junk food you eat. Get motivated for once in your life and do it. It is really not that hard if you have any heart at all!!!!!!!!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!!

December 31, 2009
6:12 a.m.

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nygirl61 ( Mary Stagliano ) says...

To dhopkins... getting in shape has nothing to do with New Year's resolutions. In fact, it may be counter-productive. If you fail at your resolution, your self esteem will sink even lower and you'll head for the dreaded cookies and other junk food! Therefore, I have to agree with mhowie. If you want to exercise do it, but don't set unrealistic goals or you will be disappointed if you can't fulfill the resolution.

December 31, 2009
11:08 a.m.

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dhopkins ( Douglas Hopkins ) says...

NYGIRL61 am a little curious r u a heavyweight if u r I can point you in the right direction and it will not be the refrigerator,it will be the gym!!!!!!! Train like me and you will be loved by us gym rats, but I always tell people I want to known for my brains not my body!!!!!!!!!!

Good Luck and Happy New Year

 

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