I love nothing quite so much as a good resolution. Don’t get me wrong; like so many other Americans, I rarely keep my resolutions for longer than a week or two. Nonetheless, I am grateful for the injection of renewal, liberation, and hope that I get on January 1.

As I began contemplating my resolutions for this year, my mind immediately settled on the Jewish Mother Project. What will I tackle in 2016? Will I finally start saying the blessings before meals? Will this be the year that I actually learn how to roast a chicken, the ultimate Jewish mother food? What about Hebrew? Will I actually stick to my Pimsleur lessons? It was amazing to notice how quickly my mind could come up with a list of tasks—things to do—that will make me a better Jewish mother.

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