As we say goodbye to 2021, we look hopefully into the future for an amazing 2022. To kick-off the new year, we asked our Moms Meet team members to share a few of their New Year’s resolutions. Check them out below!
Maxine Wolf, CEO and Founder of Moms Meet and KIWI magazine
This coming year, my goals are to walk 10,000 steps a day, try to go to bed earlier and get more sleep each night, and make a concentrated effort to reduce my family’s use of single-use plastics
Annie Douglass, Chief Mom Ambassador
In 2022, I want to make sure I focus on self-care. I’d also like to find one or two new hobbies for myself that don’t include my kids.
Maureen Frost, Editorial Director
I plan to prioritize my mental health more in the new year and workout more routinely. I’m also hopeful that we can (safely) plan some family outings and normal activities for my kids. A bonus would be to finally be good at skincare!
Lindsey Klinger-O’Donnell, Project Manager
This year, I want to focus more on my health and try to stay in the moment and be more present with my family. Professionally, I’d like to work on my public speaking and presentation skills to up my game on presentations and podcasts.
Caitlin Ciance, Web Developer
2021 has been a year of working on myself and I plan to continue to do that in 2022. In 2022 I will build better exercise habits, continue to work on my mental health and make that a priority in my life, and reach my goal weight (this year I lost 140 pounds, so 45 more to go!).
Eleanor King, Social Media Manager
This year, I want to focus more on eating a plant-based diet and work on reducing my food waste. I’d also like to continue getting more in shape and reach some new personal goals with fitness.
Katie Walker, Marketing Assistant
In 2022, I’d like to run a half marathon, keep in touch with family better, and read 20 books.
Jenna Sims, Writer
My biggest New Year’s resolution is to devote more time to learning about God with my family. I also want to remember to stop, breathe, and really take in the special moments. And, on that note, I need to take more photos so those special moments are easier to remember (I always forget to get the camera out!).