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Ditch New Years Resolutions Day

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Ditch New Years Resolutions Day

When : Always January 17th

If there's a day to celebrate New Years and to make resolutions for the upcoming year, then there should be a day to ditch those resolutions. That's the reason for today.

If you haven't broken or given up all of those New Year's resolutions, you're doing better than most of us. Maybe, you're well along the way to accomplishing them. Maybe, a few are already checked off on your list. Good for you!

For many of us, New Years resolutions are hanging heavily over our heads. They have become a burden, and perhaps were not such a good idea after all.

Then...... of course, there's the New Years resolutions that have already been broken.

If you haven't accomplished, broken, or given up your New Year's resolutions, today is your chance to get out from under them.

Origin of Ditch New Years Resolutions Day:
We found absolutely no information anywhere on the creator or origin of this day. Most likely, the originator made a New Year's resolution to document his day.

This Month in History - January 17 The U.S. Supreme court rules that taping on home VCRs does not violate copyright laws. (1984)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
PATRICIAAK 1/17/2013 6:45PM


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LITTLEWIND53 1/17/2013 6:15PM

    I never make new years resolutions so I don't have to feel bad about breaking them. lol

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THINAGIN2 1/17/2013 6:00PM

    Sorry, I didn't even make any!

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HANSBRINK 1/17/2013 12:19PM

  Why wait so long? Two weeks. How about 7 days?

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BRENDA_G50 1/17/2013 9:06AM

    emoticon WHAT New Years Resolutions??? emoticon

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PMAY0313 1/17/2013 8:09AM


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