Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 1/2/13

Anyone who has ever made New Year’s resolutions will likely tell you that it’s easier said than done to keep those resolutions. Old habits creep back in, and at the end of the year, we find ourselves in the same position we were on Jan. 1 — fat, lazy and depressed. Then there’s Jose Canseco. Baseball’s biggest tattler has some pretty ambitious goals for 2013, and he shared them on Twitter on Wednesday night. The former slugger kicked things off by saying that he was going to unleash his 10 resolutions. Naturally, Canseco repeated No. 5 twice, so it was actually a list of 11 resolutions. So that’s extra ambition, actually. He wants to do it all in ’13, too. Whether it’s taking on Shaquille O’Neal in a cage match, developing an anti-aging drink or having dinner with Bud Selig, it’s going to be a busy year for Canseco. Oh, and the fact that he sees himself as an A-list celebrity is nothing short of hilarious. Anyway, check out all of Canseco’s resolutions below. Photo of the Day The worst part for Northern Illinois fans? They have to return to Northern Illinois. Quote of the Day “I have love and respect for all human beings regardless of race, color or sexual orientation.” –Torii Hunter fired back, saying he was misquoted in an article in which he supposedly said he’d struggle with a gay teammate Tweet of the Day Ignorant tweet. @NESN ignorant post— Brandon Waller (@BBWALL531) January 02, 2013 Video of the Day Hopefully this gets you revved up as you return to work after the holiday vacation.

This article first appeared on NESN.com and was syndicated with permission.

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