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December 31, 2010

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Oh, I so hear you, sister. May we all learn to be present.

(I am also working on not being so overwhelmed.)

Here, here! I'm stealing your resolution ;).

Learning from your example, and hoping to do the same. I'll be looking forward to reading how it's going throughout the year. Good luck to you!

To be more present may be the best resolution I've heard. Ever.

Living in the moment, even the mundane of eating breakfast with the kids was my 2010 goal.

How I made (or tried) to make it happen became the goal itself to do it daily.

BTW, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your 30 Days to a Better Parent Challenge. I made it part of my 2011 Goals, although I'm only tackling 2 a month.

So that either makes me a lazy ass parent or one that knows I can't pull all 30 in one month.

Thanks for a great place to start parenting goals for the new year.

Kick some ass. Actually, kick a lot of ass in 2011. Take a few names too. Horns.

Being more present is such an excellent, excellent goal. It's one of the words I plan to meditate on while I create my new year's goals, too.

Happy New Year! All good things to you and yours, and best wishes while you sort the important from the unimportant in your mind.

Happy New Year :-) We're doing major destashing in these parts too.

Stopping by to wish you a happy new year!

Happy New Year!!!!!!! And cheers to a decluttered house. I just bought a bunch of bins/baskets to make it look like I decluttered everything. ;)

Who took your toys?? I have the hardest time getting rid of the 'used toys.'

We decluttered yesterday too! Good luck with your purging your extra baggage!

May 2011 be a year in which you embrace the now, whilst looking forward.

I hear you, sister. Take the best and leave the rest.

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