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By Jae Curtis
With the arrival of the January 1st comes the arrival of the dreaded New Year's resolution—you know, the one that you're all gung ho about at first but seems to get ditched eventually. Luckily, some resolutions are actually doable. This might not be the year that you get back your old bikini body, but it could be the year you become a better parent. Make your family the beneficiary of your resolutions and you might be more apt to stick to your guns.
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Invest in Healthier Eats
Okay, so healthier eating isn't exactly groundbreaking stuff when it comes to New Year's resolutions. But while you might nosh on an apple instead of chocolate, what’s your family snacking on? Make healthier eating a house-wide goal. While you're at it, a resolution to make just one dinner—no special requests for pancakes when you've made a veggie lasagna—can help simplify your life and get your child accustomed to more nutritious foods.