His new year’s resolution: ‘Procrastinate less’

Recorder Staff
Monday, January 01, 2018

GREENFIELD — 2017 turned to 2018 on a frigid Monday. Despite the cold weather, a few bundled-up people found hurrying down Main Street shared their resolutions for the upcoming year.

“My resolutions is to cut my procrastination in half. I don’t want to say ‘all the way’ because that’s too ambitious,” said Paul Brody, of Stores, Conn., who stopped to talk near Taylor’s Tavern around 5:30 p.m.

“You’ve got to start somewhere,” Brody said.

Just up Main Street, near the Brass Buckle, Greenfield resident Todd Michael shared that he’d like to “quit smoking cigarettes” by 2018’s end, and Richard Howard Jr. said his goal this year is to “find a new wife.”

Others who spoke with the Greenfield Recorder either didn’t want to go on record or said they hadn’t yet come up with a resolution.