Once Santa has directed Rudolph to take the next a jug handle and the sleigh heads back to the North Pole, we'll all start thinking about 2018.

And we all know that a new year means a new New Year's resolution, and that means many of us are going to start eating, spending or acting better, or at least that's what we hope to do.

And there are several different types of people when it comes to resolutions.There are the resolution overachievers who make a bold vow to never eat another carb or to never, ever shop again.

Then there's the resolution underachievers who swear they're not going to have one this year, and who can blame them. No one wants to start the year by not achieving a goal, especially one's that's a little too lofty of a goal.

But many people decide to have a practical, healthy resolution that's both good for them and achievable. Now that sounds like a good way to start a new year!

So, now the question is. which category will you tackle? Is it health related, like a diet? Or maybe it's money related, like sticking to a budget, or possibly it's self improvement related like not getting angry with Parkway traffic (good luck with that one).

The only way to find out is to do a Jersey Shore poll. Look for the category that you think your resolution belongs in and vote for it. And whatever you decide to do, we wish you the best of luck with it.

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