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The key difference between those who push the limits and those who don't is their belief that there are no boundaries.
Joelene Wolfe, WRAL contributor
Discover 10 key tips to ensure your New Year's resolutions endure: set realistic goals, prioritize, plan, share, track progress, be patient, stay positive, build habits gradually, seek support and adapt as needed. Achieve success and celebrate the journey!
Kaila Curry, Audience Engagement Producer
A local Raleigh woman got the shock of a lifetime when she was diagnosed with "probable" ALS at just 33 years old. As a competitive athlete, her life was turned upside down.
Michelle Mackonochie, WRAL reporter
It's common for us to create resolutions for the new year and then fail those resolutions. Here's how to make a habit that lasts through the new year.
In my opinion, we all could use more baby goats in our lives because just look at them. And so I'm thrilled to report that Historic Oak View County Park now has two baby goats where you can see them for free at any time (during the hours they are on view, of course).
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor
More than a third of Americans are trying to improve themselves with New Year's resolutions. Eating healthier and being more active are a large part of the 2020 resolutions. Doctor Anita Skariah visits to help with our goals.
David G. Allan, editorial director at CNN Features, took a new approach to the New Year's resolutions. He stopped making year-long commitments and began making monthly "micro-resolutions" instead.
Roscoe Friday joined the Richmond Police Department four years ago at the age of 58. He said becoming a police officer was something he had dreamt of for more than three decades.
I wasn't feeling ready on Jan. 1. Too much pressure. In fact, I decided just yesterday to pursue a 50-day "clean eating" challenge. I then ate chicken wings for dinner and soaked them in ranch dressing. Okay, now I'm ready!
More than 50 percent of our New Year's resolutions fail. TMany resolutions are based on societal standards instead of what's best for the individual.