Some LIers already breaking New Year's resolutions

The ball dropped in Times Square less than two days ago to mark the beginning of 2006 and some Long Islanders are already breaking their New Year?s resolutions.

Losing weight, quitting smoking and saving money are on the top of many Long Islanders New Year?s resolution lists. But, many say breaking the resolutions are a lot easier than keeping them.

Residents say they try to make realistic resolutions each year. However, they say many times they do not have enough will power to follow through.

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