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How People Who Kept Their New Year’s Resolutions Did It

Advice from people who achieved some pretty remarkable goals

Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash

Time is kinda fake, but the new year nevertheless feels like a clean slate, a moment where you have the opportunity to shed old sins and reinvent yourself anew. For many, this translates to buying a gym membership and vowing to lose 15 pounds. So by March, when you…

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Eve Peyser

Eve Peyser

nyc native living in reno. read my writing in the new york times, nymag, vice, and more.

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