Resolution Revolution Have you made any resolutions for 2013? Was one of them to keep your pledges for longer than a few days or weeks? By setting realistic resolutions and making your intentions known to others, this can be the year you meet—and exceed!—your goals. First, reflect over the past year and consider where you want to see change. Declare your objectives in writing and place where you’ll see them often. Break large resolutions into smaller increments, turn to friends and family for motivation and keep reviewing ways that you can adapt current behaviors and adopt new ones toward meeting your goals. So, go for it—make 2013 your year!
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