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posted by Karah-Leigh Hancock in Lifestyle

What is your new year's resolution?

December 27, 2012

 January 1, 2013 is just around the corner. Well, actually it's Tuesday and that means that it's time to set those new year's resolutions up.

I never really stick to mine. I'm always going to lose weight (I did last year, but not because I tried), or I'm always going stop saying my favorite four letter word (yeah, that didn't work).

This year, my main resolution is instead of seeing a bunch of local shows, I'm going to travel a little to see my favorite bands. Mostly, because I want to travel. 

Of course, I don't have to travel as far as I did when I lived in Valdosta (living between Atlanta and Orlando had it perks but it always meant a 3-4 hour drive to see a major show. There's Atlanta... Charlotte.. Nashville... and yes, I've checked. Orlando is like an 8 hour drive. Plus I want to go to New York and Boston to see a show. 

What are your resolutions? Or are you even planning any?

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