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There’s just, uh, one problem. Sticking to it. “Eating well” is one of the How You Doin Vintage Shirt in contrast I will get this most commonly broken New Year’s resolutions. And, in a year of already unprecedented stress, it’s so easy to revert to our old, comfortable habits. (If you have, don’t sweat it too much—tomorrow is always another day.)