The starving student: The “eat better” New Year’s resolution

4 days, 22 hours agoYou’ve heard it year after year, whether it’s a personal goal or an acquaintance’s, and most often, the resolution falls short. If you’re like me, it’s January 2 when a resolution cracks and you spot the leftover Chirstmas cookies in the kitchen.

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