As we enter into 2010, people are setting their New Year's resolutions to lose weight, get out of debt, quit bad habits, and reach for higher dreams and goals. The Boot sat down with some of country music's hottest stars to find out what kind of resolutions they will be making as we close out this decade.

Jimmy WayneJimmy Wayne: "Continue working hard, and continue that worth ethic all the way!"

Trent Willmon: "To be kind and forgiving of myself and others."

Justin Moore: "Probably not cuss as much and to be a good Dad. That's obviously not a 'resolution' because I've never been [a dad] before, but that's my main goal for next year."

Trent Tomlinson: "To quit smoking."

Keith Burns (Burns & Poe): "To spend more time with my kids."

Dave Robbins (formerly of BlackHawk): "To be as true to myself as I possibly can!"

Brad Cotter: "I resolve to make more time for my family and friends and try to be more available to them. Life is too short to waste it being stressed out about stuff that really doesn't matter."

Mark Wills: "To lose weight!"

Jimmy DeMartini (Zac Brown Band): "I want to try and get more into the songwriting aspect of the band. A lot of the songs are written by Zac and Wyatt [Durrette]. He invited a lot of the other band members to write, and some of them have written some songs together as well. He's like, 'Jimmy -- you've got to write a song! I'll help you with it!' I definitely want to get in on songwriting with Zac, Wyatt and those guys."