Man On The Street—
What is your New Year’s resolution?
"I'm going to finish up my fine arts degree in graphic design."
'To be retired in three years."
"Just to get through my daily chores peacefully and help people efficiently."
"To be more graceful; honesty and grace—it's tricky but that's my goal."
"I avoid making New Year's resolutions. I end up breaking them and it's really discouraging."
"To find gainful employment."
"To keep up my wonderful relationships with my daughters and my work with Big Brothers Big Sisters. My hope is a year of continued successful relationships."
"To spend more time with my animals, friends, and family and less time worrying about work."
"To sell my house here so I can build my dream cabin near Durango."
"To stay healthy. And my longest goal has always been that my son (Forrest Clancy) finishes and graduates college [NMSU]."
"To be more conscious of others, particularly my family, and to show them as much love as I can ... and they deserve."
"To ride my horse and ski as much as possible and to double my income."
"I just want to work less."
"To commit to better family and spousal relationships. That's the most important thing."
"I just spent fifteen months in Iraq, so getting to know my family is important right now."
—SFC Steve Tapia
"To get physically stronger and healthier by working out and lifting weights ... just to sculpt."
"I quit making resolutions years ago, but my motto is to ‘live one day at a time.’" —Trish Mosher
"Just to be the best I can be for my family and friends."
"Resolutions are made to be broken. I set goals for myself, like getting caught up with my work by March 1st."
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