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New Year's Intention Setting Freebie for Families

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We created this three-page printable bundle to help you and your family set mindful, empowering, and FUN intentions that stick... together:  

 

It's our gift to you. Happy New Year!

All of these intention setting activities can be done by yourself, with one child at a time, or as a family.

Your word of the year can be placed in a prominent place as a reminder (e.g. the refrigerator or on a bathroom mirror) or if you prefer, you can place your word in a private place just for you.

Remember, mindful living is a journey, not a destination. Go slow, be gentle with yourself, and celebrate the gift that you are to the world every step of the way.

Elizabeth A. Sautter, MA, CCC, is a licensed speech and language pathologist, blogger, author, presenter, certified mindfulness teacher. | See expert's full bio >>

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