“No actually. This is the first year I have kept one. My New Year’s resolution is to tolerate more things in life and not let it upset me.” Keith Watts

STREETER: Do you set a New Year’s resolution?

Weekly streeter of the week question for Prince Rupert residents

By Aman Parhar

Weekly streeter of the week question for Prince Rupert residents

 

“Resolutions can be good. I try to keep resolutions throughout the year. And stick with it, be consistent, rather than just making a resolution for one week at the beginning of the year and not sticking with it.” Terry Stenset

“I like New Year’s resolutions. And this year I want to learn how to cook because my mom works full time. So I want to learn how to cook for me and my papa, and my siblings.” Madison Smith

“Most times I had a New Year’s resolution and this year I did not. The year just passed too fast for me to even think of anything I wanted to change.” Rose-Mari Sephton

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