Read More Melanie DavisAs magical as becoming the “best you” sounds, the reality is that most New Year’s resolutions are dropped by the second week of February. Making resolutions for the new year is a long-practiced tradition dating back to Babylonian times, but this well-intentioned custom is often better in theory than in practice. There’s no problem with dreaming big, but smaller, more attainable goals have a better chance of sticking around for the long haul. If you’re looking for some new year inspiration, consider one of these small but meaningful resolutions to take into the second year of the tumultuous 2020s.
Holiday HostessSimplify Christmas With This Amazing Gift Giving Hack
Everyday Life20 Ways Hydrogen Peroxide Can Make Your Life Easier
Everyday Life11 Ways To Save Money While Grocery Shopping
Everyday Life13 Smart Swaps to Slash Single-Use Plastics In Your House
Everyday Life9 Things You Need To Do To Stop Snoring
Everyday LifeHow To Deal With A Food Hangover