Why New Years Resolutions Are Dumb, But Still Useful

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As we approach that time of year again where every gets belligerent and wakes up with high hopes and even higher ambitions (or perhaps just a hangover, no judgement here) I figured it was worth my time to write about my opinion on New Years Resolutions and why they’re ultimately dumb, but also ultimately useful. Let’s find out why.

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The elements compose a magnum opus. My modus operandi is amalgam.

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