2007-01-02 @ 12:15P

Why do you people make resolutions at the beginning of the new year? Is it because of the pressure? Or is it genuinely because of a change that you want to make in your life particularily to start off a new year?
Statistically 25 percent of resolutions don't make it past January 8th (http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/12/27/opinion/garver/main2299741.shtml) after six months a little over 40% of people keep to their resolution. Many people have opted to change the time of year they make their resolution because they find it is the weather that affects their mindset - so they choose to make a new one in the springtime instead of the beginning of a new year. But is the rate among those people of keeping their resolution any better than those who make changes at the beginning of the year?
I think people should set goals instead. Maybe I'm just being biased

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