EUGENE, Ore. - KVAL News asked people on the street Monday about their New Year's Resolutions.
"Mine is to graduate high school and be the first person in my family to go to a university," said Jamica Anderson.
"To just be myself and not care what people think about me and to pass all my classes, to get my GPA up to a 3.6," said Michelle Radiske.
"To get a job," said Allyssa Lock, "so I can pay for my car."
"To quit smoking cigarettes," said John Mason, who said he started smoking at age 8.
"Gain probably 10 more pounds," said Jennifer Reynolds. "I have had an eating disorder for years and I want to finally get up to 115."
"Last year it was to make friends because I am really shy," said Jenisty Beaver. "I came out and I am not so shy anymore."
What's your New Year's Resolution?