Can you make it past a week?

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Can you make it past a week?

Oft-abandoned resolutions really help – if you’re realistic and persistent
Corey Sue Hutchinson, left, works out at the Durango Community Recreation Center on Monday under the direction of her fitness coach, Terri Oliger.
Connie Gordon: To not buy any new clothes or new things (I) don’t need for six months.
Anthony Valencia: I haven’t had a cigarette in three weeks, and it became a New Year’s resolution.
Amber Yeager: To go back to the gym. I took about a three-month leave of absence.
Joe Davis: I’m working to be a better person ... and starting independent monitoring of the whale population near my other house.
Kristi Zink: My resolution was to meditate, and I’ve been keeping up with it.

Can you make it past a week?

Corey Sue Hutchinson, left, works out at the Durango Community Recreation Center on Monday under the direction of her fitness coach, Terri Oliger.
Connie Gordon: To not buy any new clothes or new things (I) don’t need for six months.
Anthony Valencia: I haven’t had a cigarette in three weeks, and it became a New Year’s resolution.
Amber Yeager: To go back to the gym. I took about a three-month leave of absence.
Joe Davis: I’m working to be a better person ... and starting independent monitoring of the whale population near my other house.
Kristi Zink: My resolution was to meditate, and I’ve been keeping up with it.
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