Originally posted on vineoflife.net:
It’s that time again – the end of one year and the beginning of another – when people resolve to make some changes in their lives. New Year’s resolutions are certainly nothing new – in fact, for many people, they are the same year after year. Making and breaking resolutions is something of a tradition.
The research reveals some new – and not so new – aspects to the temptations facing today’s adults. The research was conducted in conjunction with a book project from Todd Hunter called Our Favorite Sins.
Resolutions relating to technology are becoming more common – particularly those that involve spending less time on it. The research shows nearly half of Americans (44%) say…
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