by Tamra Cater, Our Mississippi Home
The new year offers a blank slate to do something different such as changing an undesired trait or doing something good. New Year’s resolutions can range from losing weight to doing better with budgeting or taking better care of our mental health. While we think about and work on our new year’s resolutions, this is also the perfect time to start teaching our kids the value of goal-setting and self-discipline. This skill can, of course, benefit them for the rest of their lives! In addition, sitting down together as a family to create resolutions can become a tradition that is done year after year, and it’s a time to connect and bond with each other.
So, where does one start? First, sit down together as a family and think about what worked over the past year and what didn’t, and…
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