Have you already broken your New Year’s resolution?

Fireworks explode next to the Arc de Triomphe with "2024" projected at the Avenue des Champs-Elysees during New Year

The new year often makes people want to be a better version of themselves. According to a poll from YouGov, around 37% of people make New Year’s resolutions.

But the majority of people abandon their goals for the new year within two months.

Morning Edition wants to collect stories from people who have given up on their New Year’s resolutions for 2024.

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