F-M Community Talks New Year Resolutions
The first day of the year is often when people try to better themselves with new year's resolutions.
FARGO, N.D.- Some may want to quit smoking or drinking.
Others want to lose some weight, have a healthier diet or exercise more.
We luckily got to speak to a few people about goals they have for the new year.
“To get married – Best guy I ever had he deserves it, he’s a hard working man,” says Crystal Maneon.
“Be a better person and get more involved in my church, my grandchildren and go to all there activities. I really want to be a part of that,” says Edie Norris.
Research conducted by Strava, the social network for athletes, says January 12 is the day many people will quit their resolutions.