“New Year’s Resolutions are, like rules, meant to be broken.
Last year, about one in five people came up with some sort of resolve on 1 January, according to a poll by YouGov.
However, separately it has also been claimed that most of us will have given up on them by 10 January.
While most of those may be along the lines of “I will never, ever mix Moscow Mules and Old Freebottom’s Black Ale again”, many will actually be concerned with work and how we spend our money.
So before we take the plunge, let’s have a look at the options, starting with the most drastic.”
Check out the full BBC News article featuring contributions from Corinne Mills here.