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Thought For The Day: Let Every New Year Find You a Better Man

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Thought For The Day: Let Every New Year Find You a Better Man

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    Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man. By Benjamin Franklin

    Traditionally, New Year’s Day is styled as the ideal time to kick start a new phase in your life and the time when you must make your all important new year’s resolution. Unfortunately, the beginning of the year is also one of the worst times to make a major change in your habits because it’s often a relatively stressful time, right in the middle of the party and vacation season.

    Don’t set yourself up for failure in 2013 by vowing to make huge changes that will be hard to keep. Instead follow these seven steps for successfully making a new year’s resolution you can stick to for good.

    7 Steps For Making a New Year’s Resolution and Keeping It

     

     

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