CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. The new year has become a time for reflection for decades. Whether it be socially, fiscally, dietary or something else, the holiday is an opportunity to look back at the positive and negative aspects of one's lifestyle and to set goals to improve on them.
New Years resolutions have become a time-honored tradition that are considered sacred to some and silly to others. Here is what a select few Chappaqua and Millwood residents resolve to accomplish in 2012:
Jason Chapin, New Castle Town Board Member: Just to work a little harder, and be a little smarter, and to do the best I can.
Robin DeLuca: Its corny, but just to be healthier.
Roberta Offenhutter Lasky: To put my clothes away after folding them. Oh, and fold them after they are done in the dryer.
Jessica Bucher: Get off Facebook.
Jason Lynch: I always say Im gonna read more books. Ill do it it this year, though.
Martha Alcott: I'm partial to the Esther Dyson quote always make new mistakes.
Erica Schulman: To focus on myself more.
Marc Baker: To not make any resolutions.
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