NASHVILLE – Americans in Nashville shared their 2023 New Year’s resolutions, which ranged from getting in shape to being a good parent.
“It’s always the same,” one woman, Angie, told Fox News. “Spend time with friends and family.”
Another, Kenny, said: “Definitely leaving my parents’ country.”
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After several difficult years due to COVID-19, the effects of pandemic lockdowns and record inflation, some people said their goals in 2023 were to lose weight, stay healthy and earn more money.
One man, Bill, said his goal was to “keep walking as long as possible.”
Blake, a Tennessee native, told Fox News that his solution was to “work, take care of the kids, be a good father. That’s it.”
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“I would say travel more,” said Jane, from Ohio. “What would you say?” she asked her husband, Brad.
“Take care of people more,” he replied.
Nicky said: “Be a better person, do more, give back and enjoy life more.”
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Ray, of Pennsylvania, said his resolution was to “live life to the fullest no matter who’s president.”
However, a number of people said they didn’t make it New Year’s Resolutions.
“I’m more of a baby steps person rather than a big New Year’s resolution,” Daniel said.
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