With 2012 is just around the corner, many Americans are taking advantage of the fresh start the new year will bring and are making their new year's resolutions.
New year's resolutions are easy to make, but can be tough to keep.
According to Time magazine, the top New Year's resolution that is commonly broken is — you guessed it — lose weight and get in shape. Many gyms typically see a surge in memberships in January, but research shows that attendance goes back to normal in mid-February.
Also on the list are: reducing stress levels, quitting smoking, curbing drinking, and spending more time with family.
Which of the following top ten most commonly broken resolutions will you attempt to keep this year? Take our poll below. If you've made a resolution that is not on our list, share it in the comments section below.