Ivan and Chris take a look at the morning papers... and find you will begin to wobble on health eating at 6.30 this evening
"Push it, push it real good"... at 8.02 this evening to be precise.
That is the peak danger point for people who are trying to maintain their New Year's resolutions. If you make it to 8.30pm, you will keep your resolution.
Another tip is to spread the word, tell as many people as possibly about your resolutions if you want to keep them.
On the front pages:
The Examiner has: "Siteserv saga saw Murphy warned of tapping", a story about Deputy Catherine Murphy's use of disposable mobile phones during the Sitserv crisis to avoid being tapped.
In the same paper: "Indaver to resubmit application for €160 million incinerator in Ringaskiddy" and "€265,000 spent on carpets in Leinster House".
The Irish Independent leads with: "Mortgage war heats up with bank's offer of cash to swap".
The Irish Times has an interview with new Central Bank Governor Philip Lane, who has promised to review Central Bank rules on mortgages. And: "Talks to begin on averting nurses' strike between the INMO and the HSE".
In The Irish Times' Ticket supplement, Lenny Abrahamson is talking about his new film Room, adapted from Emma Donoghue's book.
The Irish Daily Star has the image of Conor McGregor that he put out on social media yesterday, in which he wears a balaclava and holds a pellet gun: "Gardaí probe McGregor gun snap taken somewhere in Dublin".
The Irish Daily Mirror has a story about turmoil in Vogue Williams' life after the break-up of her marriage.
Jason Corbett's murder makes many of the papers.
The Irish Daily Mail has: "Molly - the evidence. Molly Martens and her father Thomas admit hitting Jason on the head with a baseball bat and a concrete brick - detectives say the crime scene was not consistent with an uncontrolled fight as claimed by the Martens family".
The Sun: "Jason tried to choke Molly - the claim from the Martens family" and The Herald: "Molly told me she killed Jason" - a quote from Mr Corbett's sister.
BT Young Scientist of the Year competition makes the papers today, The Irish Times has picked its favourites including students in Westmeath who studied why soap suds are always white, why we cry when we are cutting onions and links between exercising and improving your memory".
In The Star, RTÉ presenter Gay Byrne has been thanking the public for their support during his recent heart struggles.
The Irish Times: "Suspects who claim free legal aid will have their assets and personal finances raided for the first time if they are suspected of abusing the system".
The Irish Independent has a picture of Evelyn Kennedy (97) getting a lift to mass on the back of a tractor through flood waters.
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