I'm interested to know...?
For me so many things mostly to do with the way I think. Mostly I jst really want learn to focus more on the here and now and love life more and more.
I agree with Kev. I love the New Year, the close of a good year, with the promise of even better things in 2011.
My NY resolution last year was to improve my fitness. I went from a couch potato, to someone who now runs 5k comfortably 3 times a week. I cycle and love walking.
This years resolution is to cut down on my drinking (alcohol obviously!). It's become the norm for me to drink wine most days - I think that's too much, especially when you add it to the occasional binge.
Plan is to have January completely off the drink to break the habit and then drink within healthy limits.
Snap then KK!
Running Kev, 2011 has a much nicer ring to it that 2010!!!
Katie - a month off drink sounds good. I love the start of Jan and all it's new beginnings.
I've already given up the chocolates!
As you say Katie 2010 has been so good - bring 2011 on!
I will also be cutting down alcohol and calories generally!
Millster wrote (see)
Might change my sex, who knows
seren nos yn canu wrote (see)
You may be virtually perfect..but in real life thats a different matter............
I need to move a bit more and eat a bit less.
i'm not too sure, but a good thread though
Take a few more risks.
I think that about sums it up for me
Give up smoking
Beat this depression
Stop trying to be all things to all people
That should be enough to keep me busy!
Good on you lacebylady
I'm going to change my attitude. I'm probably going to be made redundant, but I've hated the place for years, and if possible it's actually got worse in the last six months. I need to get my head around living differently. It will mean a big drop in income whatever I end up doing, and no more final salary pension, but what price quality of life? Carpe diem.
Couldn't agree with you more Hashette re changing attitude, its a big one. I really hope your work situation improve. What else are you thinking of doing?
lacebylady wrote (see)
Hmmm.... Give up smokingBeat this depression Stop trying to be all things to all people That should be enough to keep me busy!
Lacebylady yes, just be yourself. I found one of the hardest things to do was learning to say "no" to people and just accepting that sometimes you just can't do everything for everyone. You have your own life to lead to. Keep believing in yourself, good luck with the stop smoking and beating depression.
Couldn't agree more AL.
I've got a fantasy about just going temping and doing something secretarial/adminy for a while. No hassle, no pressure, if I don't like it I leave. It will pay naff all, but it's probably about the only way I can keep on working - I'd go mad just sitting at home applying for jobs and fretting. Besides it might lead on to something permanent, who knows?
I really want to be more positive about myself and to finish what I start.
(Plus the usual lose weight, run better, drink less booze)
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