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Write Down Your Resolutions

Did you know, that if you write your resolutions down, you’re more likely to accomplish them? So write those goals down, get any tools or accessories you need, i.e. if you want to be more organized, get yourself a planner, and get ready for a fresh new year!

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Try Something New

Winter is the perfect time to try a new sport or winter activity that you’ve never done before. If you’ve never gone ice skating, go to your local ice rink. If you can, go try sledding or skiing. End the year on a high note of pushing past your fears.

Purge the Extra

It’s almost a New Year, you got new stuff for Christmas, purge what you don’t need. Go through closets, clothing, the garage, the attic, donate anything that’s in good condition, but doesn’t fit or isn’t used. Start the new year fresh.

Start Cleaning Slowly

For many, the day after Christmas looks like a tornado whipped through the house, with wrapping paper and ribbons everywhere, so start cleaning up first thing in the morning. Get rid of all the garbage, minimize the leftovers, and start getting your house back into order.

Be Surrogate Family

Spend time with someone who’s family is out of town or who doesn’t have family at all. They need a surrogate family during this time especially, but this is a good one for all times of the year too. Invite them out or over for a meal or take time to join them for an adventure.

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