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With the New Year just gone I have been thinking about what I’d like to change this year. I won’t call them resolutions as we all know they never work out well so they are my New Year goals.
My New Year goals
- To get fitter
- To eat better
- To be more organised
- To finally finish renovating my new home
My New Year goals plan
The biggest thing I want to change this year is my fitness and eating habits. An accident at the end of 2014 resulted in me having a labral tear repair and partial hip replacement in September 2015. Eighteen months of poor mobility have really taken their toll! I blame the immobility for this entirely of and not the massive amounts of chocolate, biscuits and crisps to cheer myself up of course. I’m back at the gym and I’m ready to slowly get back into that. I’ve also spent more hours than I’d like to admit pinning “healthy” and “clean eating” recipes.
Organising myself just had to happen this year! I really am hopeless at remembering plans I’ve made and often have a vague idea I should be doing something but can’t remember what that is. (Until a cross friend rings me to say she’s been waiting at Starbucks for me for the last half an hour.) One of my Christmas presents was a planner so I can write everything down. I’m really enjoying buying lots of planner goodies and arranging it how I want it (I have to add how freaking cute are all the different things you can buy for them?!) Hopefully it will be exciting to decorate it all year and I’ll keep up to it.
And lastly my home. We moved 2 years ago into a much larger house but unfortunately the owner before us hadn’t done anything to it for 27 years. (yes 27 years!) I got off to a good start with it initially and I am half way through. Unfortunately after my accident nothing was done so I’m desperate to finish it off and get it finally looking lovely and pretty.
Having a place to blog about all of these is going to be so helpful and will give me that extra push to keep up to all the changes this year.