Top 10 most commonly broken New Year's resolutions of 2013

News Shopper: Losing weight was number 3 on the list Losing weight was number 3 on the list

IT’S THAT time of year when promises are made which will never be kept.

Today News Shopper takes a look at the most common New Year resolutions of 2013...and the most frequently broken.

There was a distinct change towards the digital era with once popular choices, such as quitting smoking, not even making the top 20.

Top 10 resolutions of 2013

1 – Lose weight/get fit

2 – Quit smoking

3 – Learn something new

4 – Eat healthier and diet

5 – Get out of debt/ save money

6 – Spend more time with family

7 – Travel to new places

8 – Be less stressed

9 – Volunteer

10 – Drink less

 

Top 10 most commonly broken

1 – Read more books

2 – Save money

3 – Losing weight

4 – Redecorate

5 – Take better photos

6 – Go travelling

7 – Sell old & unwanted stuff on eBay

8 – Buy a tablet

9– Organise photos

10 – Do something for charity

*Survey by LA Fitness

Will you be making a resolution for 2014? Share it with us by sending a letter to newsshopper_letters@london.newsquest.co.uk

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7:02am Thu 2 Jan 14

Techvedic says...

Top 10 resolutions of 2014:

Use public transport
Avoid polythene bags
Use less AC
Adhere healthy diet
Take routine exercise
Involve in democratic polls
Build healthy relation with neighbors
Take sound sleep
Encourage physical activity in kids
Participate in community opinion
--Editor Techvedic.
Top 10 resolutions of 2014: Use public transport Avoid polythene bags Use less AC Adhere healthy diet Take routine exercise Involve in democratic polls Build healthy relation with neighbors Take sound sleep Encourage physical activity in kids Participate in community opinion --Editor Techvedic. Techvedic

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