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2020 New Year's Resolution

1. Earn $100
2. Buy Keeper of the Lost Cities-Legacy
3. Be better at soccer
4. Have fun in life
5. Straight A's
6. Turn in 1 million word challenge

7. Stay fit
8. Try Jack fruit
9. Get high A's on tests
10. 4.0 GPA, or better (which isn't possible in middle school)


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