Will embrace smartphones and tablets to keep track of 2013 goals.
Earlier this week, Google released a cute video that showcased how it can help you shift that post-Christmas tummy.
Now, survey results from Prosper Mobile Insights show that 26.6 per cent of mobile owners will keep their New Year's resolutions on track with the help of their devices.
More females plan to use their smartphones and tablets to help them reach their 2013 goals than males, with intended usage at 29.4 per cent and 23 per cent, respectively.
74.9 per cent plan to improve punctuality with mobile calendars and alarms, 64.6 per cent will keep in touch with people more, while 48.6 per cent will monitor budgeting, and 41.9 per cent will read more with their devices.
Check out the rest of the resolutions below, do any of them ring true with your own targets for the year?
Counting calories/eating healthier: 40.6 per cent
Organization (lists/notes): 40.5 per cent
Stress relief: 33.9 per cent
Couponing: 33.1 per cent
Fitness tracking: 28 per cent
Meeting new people/forming relationships: 21.5 per cent
Quit smoking: 19.3 per cent
Other: 1.3 per cent
Pam Goodfellow, consumer insights director, BIGinsight, said: "Fresh off a holiday season which saw record numbers of consumers headed online, it’s interesting to note that nearly a quarter of Mobile Users are resolving to use their devices more often for shopping and payments.
"Clearly, the line between e-commerce and m-commerce will continue to blur into the New Year as the term ‘online shopping’ evolves."