"This year, I'll quit smoking, lose twenty pounds, stop swearing, and go to church every Sunday." Those are some common things people resolve around the New Year. But while 45 percent of Americans set New Year's resolutions, only 8 percent are successful at achieving them, according to a survey by the Opinion Corporation.

So, how can we beat those odds? We went to a variety of experts to find out their best suggestions for New Year's resolutions you can actually stick to for the next 12 months.

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