2007

United States
December 26, 2006 12:52pm CST
With the new year right around the corner I am going to try to be a better person and possibly quit smoking (AGAIN). How about you what are your New Year Resolutions?
4 responses
• United States
26 Dec 06
I do not do the resolutions anymore, as I never follow through. I am just living day to day, doing the best I can. Good luck to you thought dear. Happy New Years.
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• United States
26 Dec 06
The only reason that I do the resolutions is to try to set a standard for myself. I like the idea of having goals in life since if I have no goals then I really have no accomplishments. I guess I just like to feel like I am actually doing something rather than just lingering. thank you for the post and have a great day!!
• United States
27 Dec 06
You have very valid reasons. I used to do it, but for some reason I would fall back on my resolution. I do hope that your's will be done though. You are wise, good luck. Happy New Year.
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• United States
27 Dec 06
Thank you for the kind words. I hope that they will come to fruition this year as my only vice that I have left is my smoking (except my excessive chocolate). So hopefully I can get rid of it as it costs mee way too much money. Thank you for the post and have a great day!!
• United States
8 Jan 07
whats the poin i dont think qitting smoking going to make you a better person ney years show the new year people want to make choice to better them slfs but if you ask me its antoher holiday so you have fun with that!
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• United States
8 Jan 07
The new years holiday is the only holiday that I will recognize even with out Mrs. Mee and the Girls since it marks the day that like it or not I have to buy a new calander. So it marks out with the old and in with the new to mee. And no the quitting of smoking will not make mee a better person but it is still something that I would like to do. Thanks for the post and have a great day!!
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• United Kingdom
27 Dec 06
Well I am actually working on the same as you and that is quitting the smoking and I really hope that I succeed this time because if not I am in trouble when I need a Lung Transplant possibly in 8 years so I think I better work on it hard I hope that you will manage it to Best of Luck from me
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• United States
28 Dec 06
I wish you the very best of luck with the stop smoking thing. Here in Michigan it is 5-6 dollars a pack so it will save mee a lot of money if I can actually quit this time. I have been smoking for about 21 yrs now and I have quit a dozen times but I always start back up, so hopefully this time will be different. Thank you for the post and have a great day!!
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• Philippines
27 Dec 06
I never really seem to stick with my resolutions. hah! Although it's kinda frustating, knowing there's a greater chance that all of those resolutions will only be good on paper and will most likely never be followed again, still.. so, I'll probably just try to be a better person and not procrastinate as much.
• United States
28 Dec 06
That falls under the "Easier said than done" clause. I am certain that you will become a better person since that is the total control of yourself. Only you can make you a better person, noone else. Have a wonderful new year with many more to come!!