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bNew Year’s resolutions are a lot like the lotto: you have to play if you want to win.
We all know people who make them, both the serious ones and the funny. It’s either about losing weight, becoming more organized, better money management or the attempt to not hear the campy song “Christmas in the Northwest” for the fifth year in a row. Yes, the latter is one of mine for this year.
Proactive Change noted that about 40 to 45 percent of Americans make resolutions for the new year. And how many people keep them? Well, around 75 percent manage to survive the first week, 71 percent ca...