We're in the homestretch of 2016, and we all know what that means: People are making New Year's resolutions. The only problem? Just one in 10 people keep them. People struggle to meet the goals they set on January 1 because their resolutions are too vague (like "lose weight" or "save money") and not attached to an action-oriented plan. 

One way to make sure you actually keep your resolution? Set the bar low—extremely low. That's exactly what Twitter users did with #My4WordNewYearsResolution, a tongue-in-cheek response to our obsession with goal setting in the new calendar year. Check out our faves: 

 
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