It’s that time of year again, where we make resolutions for a new year, and then see how long it takes to break them. Most resolutions go in one year and out the other.

I asked friends about their resolutions, and even got on Facebook to ask if anyone had an unusual one. As it turns out, most of my friends are already perfect, and don’t need to make any sort of changes. At least that’s their story. Maybe they ought to resolve to stop fibbing except when necessary.

Most resolutions revolve around some kind of behavior that needs to be changed. The problem is that if your life stinks before the resolutions, it will most likely continue to do so after. If things are going great, you can always find a way to fix that.

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