Whatever your New Year’s resolutions might be — losing weight, getting fit, saving money, getting organized, recruiting more Scouts, delegating more tasks to troop committee members … whatever — just thinking you can is not enough to get you there. Thoughts are fleeting, and it’s easy to think negatively about lack of progress.
Thanks to you, our humble little blog has kept on humming, and we’re honored that you continue to click on our stories and send us ideas for things to write about in the future. As we prepare to turn the page to 2023, we’re going to take one last look back on 2022. Here are the top 10 most-read posts of this year.
The National Jewish Committee on Scouting’s Chanukah Program Helps guide provides activities suitable for campouts, unit meetings, den meetings or any observance at a religious institution. The document, created by Rabbi Rachmiel Tobesman, a volunteer with the Baltimore Area Council, and further developed by the committee, is a treasure trove of activities suitable for families with kids of all ages.