Idiom: turn over a new leaf
— Every year on January 1st, millions of people try vow to turn over a new leaf and then stop trying after just a week.
— After I had a heart attack, I had to turn over a new leaf and begin to eat better and exercise regularly.
— I used to eat a lot of sugar but I turned over a new leaf after I was diagnosed with diabetes.
— When my son started dating Becky, he turned over a new leaf and his grades improved.
— When my husband started working out every day I turned over a new leaf and joined the gym too.
— We hope our children will turn over a new leaf and start getting along better when we move to the country.
— I used to smoke nonstop but when I began training to run a marathon I turned over a new leaf.
— My husband used to be so lazy but he turned over a new leaf after he got a FitBit and now he walks 10,000 steps religiously every day.
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