It's January first.
Have you made your New Year's resolution yet?
Have you made it and already broken it?
Did you not really care to make a resolution?
KHQA hit the streets this week to find out what you're saying.
"Really just to make it through the year. A lot of people make resolutions and then they last for a couple of weeks and they die out," Raymond Romero said.
"Of course, like everybody else, I'd like to lose weight and get more healthy," Joyce Shepard said.
"To lose weight and learn Spanish. We go to Mexico every year and I have a lot of customers who speak Spanish, so I want to serve them better,' Sheri Mason said.
"My New Year's resolution a long time ago was to give up New Year's resolutions," Tom Kennedy said.
"We're going to pay off all the credit cards and get out of debt," Joy DeLaPorte said.
What advice do you have for others?
"Pay it off when you're young so you don't have to do it when you're older. Then you can retire and be happy," DeLaPorte added.
And regrets you have on 2013?
"The way I spend my money. A lot of times, you see something cool and you buy it, but then something else comes up you need and you don't have the money for it. Money management would probably be it," Romero said.
"I had a good year," Shepard said.