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Making Resolutions

The Top 10 New Year's Resolutions From Our Readers

The Huffington Post | Ann Brenoff | Posted 12.31.2013 | Fifty

It's that time of year again when we want to know your top New Year's resolution -- something besides losing 10 pounds. Do you want to learn a new ski...

Tips for Choosing the Right Resolution: How You Can Set Yourself Up for Success

Debra Carpenter | Posted 03.01.2014 | Healthy Living
Debra Carpenter

Choose your resolution wisely. It's a chance to make big change happen in your life and there's no better time to turn over a new leaf than Dec. 31. Pick one you'll enjoy accomplishing that strays from the norm, is realistic and specific, and allows you to hold yourself accountable to a friend or family member.

The Resolve Behind the Resolution

Dana Tilak | Posted 04.02.2013 | Healthy Living
Dana Tilak

Calling something a resolution does not make it the parameter of how much resolve you have. The resolve behind the resolution is tempered by your own fears and guilt. Change your perceptions, see the benefits and drawbacks of your illusions and lay down those fears and guilt to rest.

So Long, 2012: New Year's Resolutions I'd Like to Hear

Arianna Huffington | Posted 03.01.2013 | Politics
Arianna Huffington

Happy New Year, HuffPosters! May your 2013 be filled with love, laughter, passion and 365 full nights of sleep. Through the years, I've discovered something about New Year's resolutions: while it's not so easy to keep them, it's very easy to make them for other people. And a lot more fun, too. So here are some New Year's resolutions I'd like to hear assorted public figures make and keep: "I'll find better uses for my $150 million than trying to buy an election." ~ Sheldon Adelson. "I will stop endlessly repeating in your brain. Eventually." ~ The "shine bright like a diamond" refrain from Rihanna's "Diamonds (In the Sky)". "I will finally quit making excuses and coming up with crazy ideas, like armed guards at every school, and admit that guns really do kill people, and lots of them." ~ NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre.