We are just a few days away from saying good riddance to 2020. Unfortunately when the ball drops on New Year's Eve, it does not mean the world will instantly go back to B.C. - before coronavirus. That being said, you can still set personal goals for yourself in the form of a New Year's resolution.

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The most common New Year's resolutions involve losing weight, exercise, saving money, and quitting smoking. Are you down to try any of the above? I feel like losing weight and exercising go hand in hand, but other than that I don't recommend attempting more than one of these resolutions at a time. Why set yourself up for immediate failure?

I don't think it is a secret that most people do not stick to their resolutions. Anyone that has belonged to a gym will see an influx in people in January, which soon dies down in February. Why is it so easy to continue to do things that are bad for us, but so damn difficult to stick to the things that are good for us? If you can answer that, you should write a book.

I am recommending one resolution that we should all try to stick with - being kind. I know it sounds simple, but trust me - it is easier said than done. I plan on starting the new year with that in mind. I am pretty sure I am capable of being kind for at least a few days, or until Chris Monroe comes back to work from vacation. It's a toss up.

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