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New Years Resolutions 2013
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Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:05 PM
.... what are yours? I'm looking at setting some specific goals this year, rather than a vague 'get fitter' or 'spend more time with family' etc. Haven't decided exactly yet though.
Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:09 PM
be a good mum to my bub
that's all I can really think of
Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:28 PM
Lose 15kgs (that's been a resolution for the last decade, but I am actually making progress on this one now!) and get 5kg off one of my dogs.
Finish landscaping the backyard - we got half the turf done and ran out of cash, so half the yard is turf and half is still dirt / rock and instead of a retaining wall, we have a steep slope with a bit of thin grass growing on it... by Christmas 2013, I want the rest of the grass done, retaining wall done and a few plants.
I start a new job on the 2nd of Jan, so I want to put everything I can into that and do it really well.
That'll do for me - I try to limit it to three so I have a hope of getting them all done!
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