(KCEN) -- Tomorrow night when the clock strikes twelve it's a clean slate for 2013, and that means many of you will be making a New Year's resolution.
Brian Bobe's New Year's resolution for 2013 is a common one.
"Stay in shape eat better, maintain my weight, maintain what I eat, trying to keep my health good," he says.
But he has a good reason to keep it.
"I have Type 1 Diabetes so I can't get rid of it but I can maintain it."
For 2012 resolutions about six out of ten people kept their word.
Jessica Davis, a personal trainer at Heritage Park Fitness says, "The key to success, I think is preparing for those kind of setbacks and making a plan for what am I gonna do if I can't come to the gym or can't fix the food I want to fix, how am I going to stay on track."
And for those of you who do decide to make a New Years resolution, of course losing weight is at the top of the list but there are other types of resolutions out there.
A resolution to stop smoking comes in second place that's according to a recent Marist Poll survey.
Some want to be a better person in 2013 others plan to save more money.
And rounding out the top five resolutions is to exercise more.
But whether you just plan to get through school or go the extra mile.
"I want to do a, my first half marathon, my first full marathon, and run a thousand miles for the whole year," Joy Lynn Hinton says.
We all know it's hard to keep those resolutions but Brian has a plan to keep himself going.
"I come to the gym six times a week, my wife cooks everything to make sure that I stay on my diet, and I go to the doctor at least twice a month for my diabetes."
Because anyone can make a resolution it's how you plan to keep it that makes a difference.
Other tips on keeping your weight loss resolutions include setting small goals, writing down what you eat, and getting a work out buddy to keep you motivated.