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09 January 2013

New Year’s resolutions: 2013

New Year’s resolutions remain one of the most exciting opportunities for change. Share your stories with us.

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We all make them in some form at this time of the year. Whether it’s aiming to achieve your ideal physical appearance or nailing that top job you’ve always wanted, New Year’s resolutions always offer the hope of something better.

Some people make a list and stick to it; others lean towards making their resolution a reality. Then there are those of us who break the resolutions within the first 48 hours into the new year.

What are your New Year’s resolutions? 

Have you written them down? Are you still keeping them? Email us and share your stories.

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(Health24, January 2013)

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