Resolutions: do you make them? what about the kids?
As I sift through the archives, I am nostalgic reading our resolutions of yesteryear. From Sarah, "New Decade, New Resolutions" (circa 2010) featuring writing letters, having conversations, generally stopping to smell the roses. Two years prior, we were thinking similar themes, "Mama Resolutions for 2008", including reading more and spending more quality time with the spouse. Some years, we focus on more healthy eating as a resolution (circa 2009), or some years we talk about new resolutions as new life-long commitments.
At the moment, I am not sure. In years past, I would take out my list of resolutions from last year, cross out the year on top and replace it with the new year date ("read book, learn new piano song, diversify fitness regimen"). I think I shouldn't even think about resolutions anymore for fear that they will continue on unfulfilled.
What about the kids? Are you starting to talk to them about setting new goals and meeting them? Is there a lot of resolution-talk in your household?