Ah, January! New year, fresh start. Many of us have good intentions, and even resolutions, to improve our behaviors with the start of the new year. Your chances of success with changing those unwanted behaviors start with making a formal resolution. Whether it is to stop smoking, lose weight or exercise more, an intentional resolution will help you achieve those improvements. But beware! Of all who make resolutions, about a third will have broken them by the end of January, and by July, more than half will have caved in. Many might conclude that those who break their new year’s …
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