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2010 New Year's resolutions include traditional, creative

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While many people still vow to lose weight, quit smoking or get more organized, 2010 looks like it'll be the year to "quit making New Year's resolutions."


"You say you're gonna do this and you say you're gonna do that and you feel guilty when you don't," said Sue Kramer, as she helped her customers at Ben Franklin Monday.

When asked if she has a New Year's resolution this year, she answered "No. And that's part of my resolution."

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