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New Years Resolutions

 Today is January 11, 2012, and the thought of how many people are sticking to the almighty New Years Resolution crossed my mind. I personally don't make one simply for the fact that I wouldn't stick with it... maybe I have the wrong attitude - already accepting defeat, but I really don't remember ever making one because I truly don't see the point. I try each day to become a better person then I was the day before. Anyway, I decided to google the top 10 - each site that I visited pretty much had the same, just in a different order. Getting healthy, enjoying life, spending less and saving more to mention a few.
For all of you that have made this a yearly tradition or decided to take a swing at it for the first time; I am hoping the best for you ... cheers! As for me, this quote sums it up. “I made no resolutions for the New Year. The habit of making plans, of criticizing, sanctioning and molding my life, is too much of a daily event for me. ” 
 Anaïs Nin
Make today the best that you can possibly make it for you may not see tomorrow.  - Carolyn Murray


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