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Tuesday, January 01, 2013


Happy New Year.

Resolutions, made to be broken? I guess if we look at it like that, then we will break them. I want to make 2013 a good, positive year. Which means working a lot on myself internally. With anything why do we need to wait for 1st January to start something new? Don't get me wrong I can see why and understand the reasons. I'm going to do the exact same thing lol. Don't think I had one last year, seeing as I can't remember, it's highly likely I didn't.

With each goal, I will be aiming for a milestone, before setting another milestone within that goal!

I'm going to be doing quarterly goals, so I'm going to focus on certain goals for four months before picking up others, ease myself into resolutions instead of overloading myself with them all in one go. Believe me, they will be harder to drop.

Think it's time to re-open my 43 things account.

Are you making any New Year promises, goals?

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