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Take time for yourself, more: TODAY anchors share their do's and don'ts for 2015

A new year means turning over a new leaf, and what better way to set things off on the right foot than by setting achievable resolutions for 2015?The TODAY anchors shared their personal do's and don'ts for the new year with Parade, as well as how they plan to ensure they follow through on those goals.SavannahDo practice gratitude: "No matter what the circumstances, on a daily basis I try to take a

A new year means turning over a new leaf, and what better way to set things off on the right foot than by setting achievable resolutions for 2015?

The TODAY anchors shared their personal do's and don'ts for the new year with Parade, as well as how they plan to ensure they follow through on those goals.

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Savannah

Do practice gratitude: "No matter what the circumstances, on a daily basis I try to take a deep breath and be thankful for all that I have ... Making a concerted effort to count your blessings every day is the absolute key to happiness.”

Don't lose sight of what's important: "We need the will to look up, look out and look around for all we have to be thankful for and share what we have.”

Matt

Do enjoy today: "Over the last few years, I’ve tried to say, ‘I’m going to take more time, I’m going to take a deep breath, I’m going to do nothing at points during the day or just sit down with the kids and play a game.’ There have been so many more nice moments because I try not to get ahead of myself anymore.”

Don't postpone adventure: “I love traveling and taking my kids to new places, challenging them and opening their eyes to a different location or culture.”

Al

Do feed your passions: “The importance is to find things that feed off of your passions and the things you really love and enjoy."

Don't sweat the small stuff: "If something happens, you know what? Stuff happens. Don’t beat yourself up. Don’t give up. Get back on it.”

Natalie

Do take time for yourself: “In order to be the best parent, the best wife, the best person I can be, I know I need time for myself."

Don't be so hard on yourself: "Accept the fact right now that you can’t do it all or have it all. You just have to be happy living each day to your best.”

Read more of the anchors' advice at Parade.com.