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New Years Resolutions

2008 Lunar New Year Fireworks in Hong Kong
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I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday, but with the holiday season also comes extra celebrations and food everywhere. These times are a nice treat, but it can pack on the pounds. The holidays is also a hard time to keep a diet going, but then comes the new year. Numerous people start diets, and exercising to hopefully make themselves healthier for the new year. Some stick to it, but there is a lot more talk then what actually happens. America is getting fat-the bottom line, but too many think one little change will fix everything. In some cases, people cutting out pop when they drink a lot does help a lot, but in most cases it takes a lot of work to get healthier.

My new years resolution is simple. To continue to work out and eat healthy to lead a healthy lifestyle. I currently already work out at least 5 to 6 times a week, and eat healthy, except for the occasional treat. This will continue to help me make progress toward my healthy lifestyle.

What is your new years resolution?? Good luck everyone!

Torie Nicholas

  1. Torie – you set the barre high. ok, I’m going to work out 5-6 times a year and eat healthy 2 days a week. That will be a vast improvement.

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