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Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions

01
.07

Did your New Year’s resolution make the Toronto Star’s Top 10 list?

1. Lose Weight
2. Stop smoking
3. Stick to a budget
4. Save more money
5. Find a better job
6. Become more organized
7. Exercise more
8. Be more patient at work/with others
9. Eat Better
10. Become a better person

Many of us like the idea of starting over and New Years is a time where we really feel like we have a clean slate.

What fresh start will 2013 hold for you?

 

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