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Five Local, Plymouth Ways To Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

Making resolutions is one thing, following through is yet another. Plymouth Patch offers help in putting your best foot forward with five common New Year’s resolutions.

As 2012 emerges, are you seeking to...

1) Read More?

Join a book club. If you don’t want the hassle of starting and coordinating your own book club, then turn to book stores and libraries. The hosts the on the third Wednesday of every month. The book selections for 2012 can be found on the library’s website.

2) Slow Down?

Attend a class at Plymouth’s very own , where your first time is $20 and you can attend an unlimited number of classes during that week. Not only is Yoga good for body flexibility and muscle toning, but it forces your mind to slow down and yes, even relax.

3) Get Involved?

Start by attending a at the . The first of the year is at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10. Meetings are a great way to find out what is even happening in your community and how it might match your particular interests or find out other ways to be involved.

4) Give?

Monetary donations are generous indeed, but make it even more personal this year; give blood and save a life. The American Red Cross holds frequent blood drives in locations convenient for you. Click here to find a date, time and place that works well for you. in Golden Valley will be hosting a on Jan. 6 from 2 to 8 p.m. Feel free to stop by with or without an appointment.

5) Get Active?

Although it has been a bit slow out of the gate, the dreary winter weather will grovel for a few more solid months, so make the most of that oh-so-limited Vitamin D and try something new. Plymouth Parks and Recreation has several programs, leagues and outdoor space to offer. If none of that tickles your fancy, look into joining one of the near by fitness centers like , , , or the new .

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