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Top 10 New Year's Resolutions for Families

by Erin Dower

Individual resolutions are easy to give up on, because they're all about you in a world where you're focused on taking care of everyone else. So, moms and families, why not try making resolutions as a group this year? See the best New Year's resolutions to make as a family in the new year. They can be fun, painless, and are sure to benefit your entire household.

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Get Unplugged


These days, we spend so much time with electronics for work and play. When was the last time you and your family spent a day "unplugged," without watching any TV, checking any emails, or staying glued to your cell phones? Set a goal of spending at least one day a month (if not per week) without your gadgets, and instead, enjoy the outdoors or have a board game marathon.

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