88 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail
by Mark K. Campbell
I was a 12 percenter once. Well, almost.
In 1997, I resolved to take nary a drink of a carbonated beverage the entire year.
And I made it through the winter, spring, and summertime.
Then came a fall football game in the Azle press box where I had just had a hot dog. (I had no hot dog resolutions – I’m not crazy.)
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