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Top 10 New Year's Resolutions which get Broken

Can you name the top 10 New Year's Resolutions, according to TIME magazine, that are commonly broken?
In each case, only a keyword is required, not the whole resolution. One of those keywords will appear when an answer appears.
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First submittedJanuary 1, 2017
Last updatedJanuary 5, 2017
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Resolution
Keyword
Lose Weight and Get Fit
Weight
Quit Smoking
Smoking
Learn Something New
Learn
Eat Healthier and Diet
Diet
Get out of Debt and Save Money
Money
Spend More Time with Family
Family
Travel to New Places
Travel
Be Less Stressed
Stress
Volunteer More
Volunteer
Drink Less
Drinking
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level 55
Jan 1, 2017
Happy New Year Everybody! Thank you for making my first year on JetPunk a notable enjoyment :) Let's hope 2017 brings as much, and more, of the enjoyment and quizz-ness of 2016!
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level 69
Jan 1, 2017
Happy New Year :)
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level 58
Jan 2, 2017
Great! However, my one resolution is the opposite of one of these listed above...
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level 55
Jan 2, 2017
Thanks guys :) I'm gonna guess either you Volunteer too much, or there's some medical reason meaning you need to put on weight?
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level 64
Jan 4, 2017
Drink more ;)
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level 58
Jan 9, 2017
Bingo! :D
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level 29
Jan 4, 2017
perhaps help, helping or charity could work for Volunteer.
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level 55
Jan 5, 2017
Thank you for your suggestions, I've added them all! (I did try to add lots of type-ins for all the variations, clearly some were missed!)
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level 42
Feb 2, 2017
I think losing weight and dieting go hand-in-hand, but, either way, still an awesome quiz! Happy New Year to you, even though we are in February now lol! And Happy Groundhog Day!
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level 57
Apr 16, 2019
Yea weird that they are listed seperatly. But i guess that is the way it was in the source