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10 Fun and Realistic Resolutions to Start 2013

by Lindsay Hutton

To most, New Years resolutions are rarely fun and and rarely successful. This year, buck the trend of unrealistic expectations and vow to adopt one of these healthy habits for your family. They're easy to stick with and good for your health, and they're a great way to spend more quality time with your kids and spouse!

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Cut Back on Screen Time


Screen-Free Week isn't until the end of April, but why not start cutting back now?

Try setting aside one night a week for TV- and computer-free activities. Having trouble coming up with some ideas? Our activities center and family entertainment center can help!

Next: Have Family Game Night

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