The Observer asked: What are your New Year’s resolutions?

Word on the street: What are your New Year’s resolutions?

The Observer asked: What are your New Year’s resolutions?

As the dawn of a new decade approaches, the Observer took to the streets to ask residents what their New Year’s resolutions might be. Here are some of those responses.

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“Just being kinder and being more aware of people around me.” – Abigail Lichti

“Stretching the money, making it last a little longer.” – Eve Reimer

“Take more time off and spend it with my kids.” – Cory Osmundson

“I don’t do them anymore because I never follow through. Not enough determination I guess.” – Susan Russell

“Quit smoking, I can usually get a couple of days but then I get a little stressed out.” – Barry Herbert

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