SIDNEY — New Year’s Resolutions can be hard to keep. This resolution season, The Sidney Daily News would like to hear how you plan to keep yours.
We are asking locals to tell us your resolution, give us a brief description of how you plan on keeping it, if you’ve made and kept resolutions in the past, and any other relevant information. Also please include your name, the city you live in, and a way to contact you halfway through 2016 to see if you’ve kept your resolution.
Please email your responses to Alexandra at firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 29. You can also call her at 937-538-4825. This story will run in the New Year’s Day edition of The Sidney Daily News.
Commonly broken New Year’s Resolutions include: losing weight or getting fit, quitting smoking, learning something new, eating healthier or dieting, getting out of debt or saving money, spending more time with family, traveling to new places, being less stressed, volunteering, and drinking less. University of Scranton research suggests that just eight percent of people achieve their New Year’s goals.
Maybe Shelby County can raise this statistic in 2016.