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We are almost four months into 2014. That means trees are starting to bud, allergies are in full swing, and most likely those New Year’s Resolutions are a thing of the past for about half those who made them. shows 75% of people who make resolutions keep them in the first week, after that the success rate starts to decline.  Their research shows those who made resolutions keep them:

  • Past Two Weeks: 71%
  • Past One Month: 64%
  • Past Six Months: 46%

As for the Top 10 resolutions for 2014, their research shows the following:

  1. Lose Weight
  2. Get Organized
  3. Spend Less, Save More
  4. Enjoy Life to the Fullest
  5. Stay Fit and Healthy
  6. Learn Something Exciting
  7. Quit Smoking
  8. Help Others in Their Dreams
  9. Fall in Love
  10. Spend More Time with Family


  • arnold fudpucker

    Mine was to not believe a word obumma says. I’m perfect so far and expect to continue to be based on his history.

  • Happy, happy, happy

    Well, as predicted February 20 was the date most people fell off the wagon with their New year’s resolution. From the looks of the ones who have dropped out of my classes at the gym I’d say that’s right on track.

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