Happy 2017! January 1 is both refreshing and daunting. A new year is a chance for a clean start. Whether it’s losing a few pounds, saving money, or something else, Americans love to make New Year’s resolutions. In fact, it’s a tradition that can be traced all the way back to the days of ancient Babylonia. There’s something inspiring about starting fresh with the new year, after all, it’s a chapter yet to be written, a clean slate. But what really happens after a New Year’s resolution is made? 2,000 Americans were surveyed over to find out. What are the top resolutions, and how long do people usually stick to them? And which resolutions are the hardest to keep? Here’s what we learned.