The new year is the perfect time to re-evaluate your habits, ideals, and goals. While statistics show that it is worthwhile to make New Year's resolutions, they're commonly broken.
Time published a story recently that stated the top 10 most broken New Year's resolutions. They are, in order: losing weight and getting fit, quitting smoking, learning something new, eat healthier and diet, get out of debt and save money, spend more time with family, travel to new places, be less stressed, volunteer and drink less.
And come on, who doesn't want to do these things? But we'd like more specifics. We'd love to hear from you — What are your New Year's resolutions? Have you found something that helps you keep them? Have you given up altogether on making them?
Tell us in the comments, in an op-ed or in a letter to the editor. We'll be publishing vignettes in January documenting our readers' resolutions, any tricks we learn to keep them or general musings on the New Year.