Celebrated on January 1st
The ancient Babylonians made the first New Year’s resolutions about 4,000 years ago. The ancient Babylonians celebrated the New Year on the first new moon after the spring equinox. They called it Akitu, and it was a major festival that lasted 11 days.
Individual resolutions are easy to give up on, because they're all about you in a world where you're focused on taking care of everyone else. So, moms and families, why not try making resolutions as a group this year? See the best New Year's resolutions to make as a family in the new year. They can be fun, painless, and are sure to benefit your entire household.
Resolutions for kids should be age appropriate. Which resolution best fits your age? Resolution A: Designate a screen-free week every month. Resolution B: Pack your own snack for school Resolution C: Give five different people a compliment every day. Click the link for more age appropriate resolutions, or make your own