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By Kelly Moore
MSU, Missoula County Extension, Family and Consumer Sciences Agent 

Improving Your Financial Health in the New Year


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New Year's resolutions are typically made with great deliberation and conviction - especially after devouring that second piece of Aunt Betty's famous double chocolate fudge cake Jan. 1 at 10 p.m. In your mind, the guilt of having crossed that calorie laden line one too many times, necessitates a lifestyle change. The first step is recognizing that an acquired habit has somehow challenged your sense of self-control. You make plans for the dieting to commence at promptly 7 a.m., Jan. 2.

Not all New Year's resolutions involve making new food choices and not all resolutions are followed throug...

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