Anza residents share New Year’s resolutions for 2020

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Gem Ann Garner says, “I plan to revoke my previous resolution of years ago to not make a New Year’s resolution. I’m allowed to change my mind. To have more adventures with my daughter, take better care of myself, to keep steering clear of the drama loving people I know and to keep reminding myself, it’s not my circus.” Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
As 2020 dawns bright, it promises to be a year of great things. Anza has been all abuzz with New Year’s resolutions from both young and old. A New Year’s resolution is a tradition in which people resolve to continue to be good, change something they dislike about themselves, accomplish specific goals, or in some way improve their lives or even the lives of others. Throughout history, promises made to better themselves has been a theme with many peoples and religions. Babylonians resolved to return borrowed objects and pay their debts, while ancient Romans started the new year by making promises to the god Janus, for whom the first month of the year – January – is named. In medieval times, knights took a v
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