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The How-To Lounge: Sticking to Your New Year's Resolution

The How-To Lounge: Sticking to Your New Year's Resolution

38 percent of you have already broken your New Year's resolutions. Even if you've made a slip up or two, that doesn't mean you should give up. Since you've shared some of the things you want to try this year, here are some tips on how to stick to your 2008 goals. Click here to

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  • If you haven't already made a resolution for 2008, it's not too late to do so. Sure, it's always good to reach for the stars, but make sure your goals are attainable.
  • If you made multiple resolutions this year, stay focused on the ones you're most passionate about. If you made a resolution that is really important to you, it'll be easier to keep.
  • If you go off track and cheat on your resolution, don't quit. One cigarette, cheating on your diet, or missing one workout session isn't the end of the world, but be sure to get back on track ASAP. Don't use your slip up as an excuse to throw your hands in the air and say forget it!
  • If you didn't make a resolution with a friend, it's not too late to get a support system going now. Enlist a friend to workout with, or at least ask someone you trust to help keep you on track.

For those 52 percent of you who haven't broken your resolution, keep up the good work!

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