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The New Year brings about a celebration like no other – of reflection, renewal and rebirth. In the midst of the winters cold, a fervent bubbling of anticipation and the best of intentions ahead.

The tradition of New Years Resolutions dates back to 153 BC, as the Romans honored Janus (hence, January) the god of beginnings. With his two faces, Janus could both look back on the past and forward to the future and thus became the ancient symbol for resolutions.

As we look both behind and ahead to set our resolutions for 2010 (see one here), we will be very sure to include some Heirloom Resolutions on our list again this year.

We wish you & yours all the very best in the new year! What resolutions are you making for 2010?

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