Making "getting back to writing" a New Year's resolution risks your writing becoming another failure of good intentions. Now, I'm not saying you need to be editing your NaNo novel during holiday dinner, but you should still be doing a little writing or at least planning and organizing of your writing a few minutes a day from now until the end of the year. This will keep your mind focused on writing being a thing you do everyday and not just a thing you do during the month of November or when you have more time for it (i.e. after the holidays).
I know you're busy, we all are, but writing is a pipeline and just like with an oil pipeline, breaks are bad. Breaks kill momentum, and worse, kill a reader's enthusiasm. While it may be okay for George R. R. Martin to go several years between writing books, it is probably not okay for you. We've all had a bit of a breather now and that's great. Time to slowly ease ourselves back into that oh so important writing habit.
Happy December writing. :)
I Write, I Edit, I Write Again. Witness!
We're Making Better Words, All of Them, Better Words.
I Write to Burn Off the Crazy.
A Good Day Writing is a Day Writing.
It Puts the Words on the Page or it Gets the Hose Again.
Just keep writing...just keep writing...writing, writing, writing!