I know, I know. You don’t even want to make resolutions for yourself let alone with your kids. If you approach it the right way, though, and when your kids are at the best ages (5-12 years old seems to be the sweet spot for starting this), you can set them up for good goal-setting habits in the future. Plus, you want to be a good resolution role model, right? Setting the example for your kids might be the motivation you need to finally stick with your own. Less ‘resolution,’ more ‘goal’ We like to call them “resolutions” this time of year, but a resolution without a plan is just asking for failure. Resolve to lose 20 pounds with no real roadmap to get there, and you’ll be back into the cookie jar by Jan. 5. But if you set a goal to live healthier with specific incremental changes, such as talking walks in the morning and choosing a few new healthy recipes to work into your regular meal plans, even small improvements can feel like victories. It’s the same for kids. If they resolve simply to “listen better,” they’ll be tuning you out before the sun sets on 2018…. Read full this story
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