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Makes some changes in 2013 to make your life better
FROM STAFF REPORTS | Published: December 31, 2012 | Modified: December 29, 2012 at 7:50 pm
By the time the clock strikes midnight to launch us into 2013, it's a safe bet that many Oklahomans will be resolving to make themselves better in the New Year.
After all, New Year's resolutions are as much a part of the holidays as pumpkin pie (hence the ever-popular weight-loss declarations), lavish gifts (and the perennial vow to save and spend more wisely) and family gatherings (which may end with your adopting the overarching aim of “becoming a better person”).
If you're looking for a little variety and a lot of guidance in your annual goal-setting, though, we've asked local experts to help us compile tips on how to become more cultured, spiritual, social, healthy, etc., in the coming year.