BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Each year, millions of Americans make a list of goals to accomplish to ring in the new year.
While some people try to get creative with their New Year's resolutions each year, many people end up making resolutions that fit themes of fitness, health, and finances.
According to GoSkills.com, the top most common New Year's resolutions are to exercise more, lose weight, get organized, learn a new skill or pick up a new hobby, live life to the fullest, save more money and spend less money, quit smoking, spend more time with friends and family, travel more, and read more.
One man named Rob told WBZ's Suzanne Sausville his list for 2023 fell in line with some of the stereotypical New Year's resolutions, "To try and be healthier this year, to maybe eat even better than usual, exercise more, and just try to be a bit more relaxed."
While many can relate to his list, he is adding one resolution he hasn't tried before.
"This year I'm going to try to do veganuary which is where you try to eat vegan for the whole month of January," Rob said.
Another man named Allen told Sausville he has never made a list of New Year's resolutions.
"Maybe I make good habits all the time I just don't need to change," Allen said with a chuckle.