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New Year's Resolutions You Can Tackle Tomorrow, Hungover

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Tonight, 2015 will go out with a bang. There will be Champagne towers! Margaritas! Piles of nachos! People you love! Fireworks!

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And tomorrow, slightly bleary-eyed, egg sandwich and coffee in hand, we'll turn to our resolutions. Here are a few you really can start to tackle on the first morning of 2016 (even if the Champagne tower had its way with you on New Year's Eve):

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Start eating breakfast—real breakfast.

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Learn to bake something.

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Get organized. Really. This year.

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Have better lunches (without breaking the bank).

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Read more.

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Cook more at home.

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How an Organized Kitchen Can Help Save You Money

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Waste less.

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What will you tackle first on New Year's Day? Inspire us in the comments—and Happy New Year!

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