In “Our Growing Roots: Real Food, Real Connection” this month, Cheryl shares why you might want to ditch the usual New Year’s resolution in favor of building a deeper, more meaningful connection to the thing that matter most.
Rather than resolving to change in the new year, we encourage families to explore themselves through mindfulness in 2016. A practice that can support the development of many skills and understandings, family mindfulness practice can lead to a productive, engaged, and mindful new year!
For the new year, make a family commitment to spreading kindness throughout your community! Rather than creating resolutions for self-transformation based on perceived flaws, celebrate your skills and share your love for those around you by engaging in acts of kindness all year long. It’s a powerful project!