Becoming healthy? Hitting the gym?
Those are resolutions from yesteryear. That's so 2016.
Instead, people are turning to a new type of resolution that is more abstract than concrete, like "being happy".
"Experts" suggest the usual stuff too, like eating more vegetables and drinking more water.
Also: less screen time, which is actually good for the waistline. Think about stepping away from TVs, computers and other devices - it helps cut down on being sedentary.
And wellness experts say it doesn't hurt to have a positive theme to focus on like "being authentic", "find clarity" or "be kind."
Resolutions are changing in 2017