I am about a week late posting this, but I thought better late than never! My latest post for Mom Motivation Mondays can be found here at The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide. It’s a brand new year and so many amazing things right around the corner. As I was pondering what to write about for this post it hit me how much I want to change things about the way I mother my children. There are so many times we make resolutions that are geared to benefiting just our self and while that definitely has a place in one’s life, this year I thought a different type of resolution was in order.
Here’s a sneak peek of my New Year’s post…
Until this year, I never fully understood what my parents talked about when they said each year went by faster than the last. I am now painfully aware that in order to truly feel the effects of this statement you have to be one of two things: above a certain age or a parent.
As I sit here typing this, I am struck with the thousands of possibilities of what I could resolve to do over the next year. When I was younger I made a resolution simply out of tradition. I never really thought too deeply about it. I just picked something and went with it. Eventually, in my twenties I simply gave up on resolutions. I didn’t have the time or the notion to make a silly resolution I knew in my heart I wasn’t going to accomplish.