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Back-to-school Parenting Resolutions

The start of the school year is a time of new beginnings for families. It’s the perfect time to think of some resolutions for the coming academic year.

Perhaps you want to make more time for family, make more time for yourself or even pursue a career change? Or perhaps you are facing a return to the office and want to keep some of the new habits you developed during the pandemic?

Whatever it is that you want to maintain, improve or change in your life, now is the perfect time to take stock and make a commitment. Here are a few thoughts on how to set goals and intentions for the year ahead and – most importantly – how to make them stick.

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