Should You Make New Year’s Resolutions?
Should You Make New Year’s Resolutions?
Should you make New Year’s resolutions? Believe it or not, this can be a hot topic!
Many of us have strong feelings one way or the other about it. Some believe it’s extremely important to make them each year. After all, it’s hard to reach goals we haven’t set. Others believe it’s a complete waste of time and should be avoided for that reason.
What about you? Do you make New Year’s resolutions? If so, do you make them for your homeschool? Your family? Fitness? Finances?
I’ve had years when I’ve made resolutions related to homeschooling. Other years I’ve made resolutions related to fitness or my family. Some years I haven’t made any at all.
I try to base my decision each year on how well I’m already doing reaching my goals or how much I need extra motivation and a fresh start.
Today I’d like to share several articles related to whether or not you should make New Year’s resolutions. I hope you find these articles helpful. I hope they’ll give you some guidance as you decide whether or not to make your own resolutions this year.
5 New Year’s Resolutions to Inspire Moms
If you’d like a few ideas for realistic resolutions that will inspire you to connect more with your family in the new year, 5 New Year’s Resolutions to Inspire Moms is for you!
5 New Year’s Resolutions to Strengthen Your Family
The first article in this list was full of ideas to inspire moms, and 5 New Year’s Resolutions to Strengthen Your Family is, you guessed it, full of ideas for families! So take a look at this article, choose a few suggestions for things you’d like to add to your family’s time together, and prepare to have a great year with your family!
3 New Year’s Resolutions I’m NOT Making!
Our article about 3 New Year’s Resolutions I’m NOT Making is a look at how we sometimes tend to put pressure on ourselves to make resolutions that may be difficult to keep and that may add stress to our lives. If you tend to be a perfectionist or to set goals that stress you rather than bless you, I hope this article will encourage you to give yourself grace.
New Year: Resolutions vs Goals
What is the difference between a resolution and a goal? Why does it matter? Do you need to make one or the other? In our article, New Year: Resolutions vs Goals, you’ll get the answers to these questions and more. You’ll also get 5 tips for creating your own goals or resolutions for the new year!
These Parenting Resolutions are all about allowing God to show you how to live and how to teach and guide your children. These aren’t difficult, but they will be life-changing for you and your children!
7 Stress-Free New Year’s Resolutions
If you’d like to make some New Year’s resolutions but you need them to be realistic and doable, this article is for you! These 7 Stress-Free New Year’s Resolutions are sensible and reasonable, but they are also going to help improve your new year!
Why I Never Make Homeschool New Year’s Resolutions
Or, if the idea of making New Year’s resolutions is nonsense to you (especially the idea of making homeschool-related resolutions), you might enjoy Why I Never Make Homeschool New Year’s Resolutions. It’s on our sister site, Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers, and it’s a look at why you might not want to choose the new year as a time to make changes to your homeschool.
It makes sense to take some time to think about whether you want to make resolutions for your life, your family, or your homeschool. And it is definitely smart to consider how things are going and to make a conscious decision about whether changes need to be made.
If possible, though, you want to make changes at the right time for your family. And you want to be sure those changes aren’t stressful to your family or you!
I hope you have a blessed and happy new year!
We love to hear from you! What do you think? Do you plan to make some resolutions? Have you already? Do you skip the resolutions and go on about your life? Leave us a comment with your opinion and the reason you do (or don’t) make resolutions.
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