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So last year I made some resolutions...
What are your new year resolutions?
One of mine is to make some dough

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Definitely making more dough, then consistently write on my blog and find a supportive audience, journal more often and make more meaningful connections with people around me.
The strongest impetus a man will ever have, in an individual sense, will come from a woman he admires.

- George Jackson, "Soledad Brother"

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Sounds like a good plan to me.

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My new year resolution is to save money, my husband was laughing when I set this as my new year resolution because I love shopping and I spend most of my money on shopping. In 2020 I have successfully started my new year resolution and i have save $1000. This doesn't mean that I have stopped doing shopping, lol no I do shopping but online coupons codes help me to get huge discounts on different products from different online stores.

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My new year resolution would have to be build my self financially on my own as i just turned 18. I want to learn how to carry myself as an adult and many have pointed out that finances are a big part of that.

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