Make a New Year's Safety Resolution

New Year’s resolutions get a bad rap — and usually deservedly so. Eating better, exercising, or giving up smoking for a few weeks in January before reverting to your previous “bad” habits has little or no long term benefit (beyond, perhaps, frustration). Maybe it would be easier to focus on resolutions that are “one and done”. Do something good (or good for you) once in January, then be done with it until next January. On the personal front, maybe it’s finally cleaning your basement, donating your gently used old things to charity, or getting that physical you’ve been putting off for so long. Any of those things done once in January would leave you better off for months to come (depending, I

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