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There is something about a new year that makes that little inner voice scream out “change!” I am like the majority of you, I make a few New Year's resolutions so I will at least stick to one of them. I hate feeling like a failure. This year, I am determined to actually change the things in my life that I am not happy with. And being a person who really ponders the little, profound bits of wisdom that strong thinkers blurb out, I came across two quotes that made me rethink the way I would go about making my resolutions. And to begin with, I am not going to use the word resolution! “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” - Aristotle “Men’s natures are alike; it is their habits that separate them.” - Confucius The first thing on my list to help me attain this goal of changing my habits was inspired by overhearing a couple episodes of “Winning the Lottery Changed my Life”. One routine I heard over and over again from the big money winners was that they all had written down exactly what they wanted to happen in their lives, over and over again. They thought about how much they were going to enjoy the money, even slept with checks they wrote to themselves for millions under their pillow. I know what you're thinking, “Tammy's been up for to many nights on deadline again,” but lets face it, they did win the lottery and, well, we haven’t. It’s the power of positive thinking.

And what happened to the Tammy from last year who said she could lose 40 pounds and did. I had stopped making myself publicly accountable for my goals. This time last year, I told you all I was going to lose 40 pounds and I did. One of the reasons I met my goal, when I had failed so many times in the past, was because I told my friends and family, no less then once a week, the truth about my progress. Yes, it was difficult when I didn’t do well, but it motivated me to do better. It's only a start, but I feel certain my life will be happier, in fact, I'm going to write that down. “My*life*will*be*happier,” and put it under my pillow. So good luck to you all and remember... “We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.” - John Dryden

As I contemplated this idea of changing my life at 7am, exhausted and with my third cup of black joe, it dawned on me what better way to start my life changing experience then to focus on the way I started and ended my day.

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You know I saw Miss Lucy Down along the tracks She lost her home and her family And she won’t be comin’ back Without love Where would you be right now Without love Well the Illinois Central And the Southern Central Freight Gotta keep on pushin’ mama ‘Cause you know they’re runnin’ late Without love Where would you be now, na-na-now Without love Well the Illinois Central And the Southern Central Freight Gotta keep on pushin’ mama ‘Cause you know they’re runnin’ late Without love Where would you be now Without love Well the pistons keep on churnin’ And the wheels go ‘round and ‘round And the steel rails are cold and hard For the miles that they go down Without love Where would you be right now Without love Where would you be now “Long Train Running,” Doobie Brothers, 1973 It’s no secret around town that Backstage Pass Magazine’s parties are the best, whether on the Fourth of July or Halloween or whenever. When you put the best staff, the best readers, best sponsors and their best customers in the same room, good things happen. Such was the case at the Port Hole pub in Port Orange on a recent scary Halloween night. Patrons – both costumed and not – were on hand to pick a winner from among the freakiest group of ghouls ever assembled. But two

The Goggles are a good party band because they can play cover music to suit just about any audience. For a relatively new group, that’s a plus, because these guys have a range that runs from the very old to the very new. They play a lot of classic rock, new rock and a lot of reggae. You’ll hear some numbers that you may not have heard in a while, like the Doobie Brothers’ “Long Train Running.” Lavender says their mix of music keeps things interesting for both their audience and the band, because “we don’t get bored doing the same songs all the time.” Their influences include favorites like Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley. We decided to focus (get it?) on their origins for a moment, asking guitar man Rob Lavender how they came up with the band’s name. His answer was surprisingly frank. “Our bass man (Travis Tingler) said it just popped into his head.”

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They are back with a vengeance! That’s right, after a short close to remodel and regroup the Bad Habit Lounge, formerly referred to as Sick Boy’s Bad Habit Lounge, is back and connoisseurs of live music are rejoicing. For the last year the Bad Habit Lounge has been the premier live entertainment venue you not only deserve, but demanded! Some of the concerts produced at The Bad Habit Lounge include FUEL, a band that sold over 3.5 million albums and a trio of top 5 singles. Alien Ant Farm, a California Band that sold over 5 million units world ZLGH DQG WKH UHVXUUHFWHG 0LV¿WV Now open 5 nights a week, the Bad Habit Lounge is able to bring you all the best in live local and touring rock and roll bands. The Bad Habit Lounge has quickly gained the reputation as the place to be, and be seen, in Daytona Beach. On Saturday, December 17, MACHINA with Down Theory rocks the house. MACHINA made up of former members of Evanescence, Future Leaders of the World, Morningside and Brookroyal, join forces with Jacksonville natives Down Theory and their combination of Metal, Punk and Funk for what promises to be a sold out show.

Then get your ink in line...get your drink face on, it’s go time! Saturday, December 31, the New Year’s Eve Bash to go down in history. Featuring Kings of Hell and Mommys Little Monster, Victory Tattoo, a $200 dollar Pin Up Girl Contest and much more! Thursday, January 5 it’s Afroman, possibly WKH ¿UVW DUWLVW WR DFKLHYH VXFFHVV WKURXJK the Internet. Best known for “Because I Got High.” Then on Saturday, January 14, national recording reggae band from St. Cloud Florida, the Supervillains. Saturday, January 21, FUEL returns for another sell out performance and do it all again! Bad Habit Lounge isn’t just the number one music venue in Daytona Beach, it’s also a night club and ladies drink free on Tuesday nights from 9 PM-Midnight. On Thursdays, everything is 2-4-1 from 9 PM-Midnight. Fridays, it’s $1.00 Drinks and $2.00 Drafts from 9 PM-Midnight. Saturdays, it’s the best local and touring rock and roll bands in the area! Bad Habit Lounge is located at 200 South Beach Street, Downtown Daytona Beach. Check them out on Facebook so you won’t miss any of the kick ass shows at The Bad Habit Lounge.

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