I just got back from the grocery store which is all stocked up with Easter candy. I bought 8 normal-size bags. The only thing I didn't see were Robin's eggs which are a must (per direct order from the head of this household). I already have some chocolate crosses for the kids, so once I buy the Robin's eggs, I'm done. I resolve to completely ignore the Easter candy for the rest of the month, most especially the Reese's peanut butter cup eggs which will be marked way down by March 25th.
What is a New Month's Resolution? I've been doing these for over a year now. Every month I look at where I need to focus my attention. Perhaps I've been procrastinating on certain chores. Perhaps I need to spend some extra time with one or more of the kids. Perhaps I'd like to try a new habit. New Month's Resolutions are not grandiose plans to lose ten pounds or declutter the entire house or give up smoking (of course, I don't smoke, but if I did, this would not be the venue in which I would give it up). New Month's resolutions are short-term commitments; they are easily attained goals; they focus on what is needed right now, instead of what is best for a lifetime.
Do you have a New Month's Resolution? Share your goals for this month in the combox which will be open for a few days.