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The Top Ten New Year's Resolutions

According to an article on the website Statistic Brain, these were the top ten New Year's resolutions (for 2012):

  1. Lose weight
  2. Get organized
  3. Spend less, save more
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Matthew Woodley

January 03, 2013  10:31am

Robert: I like your summary even better. That's a helpful angle on this survey. Matt Woodley, managing editor, PreachingToday.com

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Robert T. Chang

January 01, 2013  8:03pm

I think the ten resolution can be categorized into three words: 1. Stewardship: get organized, spend less save more, enjoy life to the fullest-time manegement. 2. Health: lose weight, stay fit and healthy, learn something new and exciting-good for brain, quit smoking. 3. Love: fall in love, help someone else achieve their dreams, spend more time with family.

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