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New Year....Same Me?

Firstly - Happy New Year!

So here we are in 2019! I can't quite believe it, the past year has just sped by so fast. I definitely did not achieve everything I wanted to in 2018, so here I am again facing a new year wanting to make some big changes.

Instead of "New Years Resolutions" I decided to sit and think about some goals I really want to achieve, and how I am gong to get there. No numbers, no deadlines, no pressure.

There is no one goal that is more important than the others, they are just things I am hoping to accomplish.

So here they are:

> Improve health and fitness, and lose weight

> Make better food choices

> Feel confident enough to wear a crop top on holiday and shorts for working out (I have set myself a primary target of July for this as I have a holiday already booked, but if I don't quite get there I won't give up)

> Get better at saving

> More de-cluttering

> More family and friend time

> More adventures and trying new things

> More work on my blog

I really do believe that these are all achievable and I haven't set myself up for failure - usually if I make a plan to lose a certain amount of weight in by a certain date I just fail every time. Maybe it's a subconscious lack of self belief and/or self confidence, I don't know, but it just doesn't work for me. One step at a time, one day at a time.

I will also be making a conscious effort to increase my water intake as it is abysmally low! Again, no "I will drink 8 glasses of water a day" - I know I probably won't stick to something like that and I don't want to feel like I am failing in any way, as that is a sure fire way of me "falling off the wagon".

In my quest for a healthier more active lifestyle I have signed up to Results With Lucy (www.resultswithlucy.com), taking advantage of a 50% off offer running at the moment. I have signed up for the full package - Fitness, Food & Mindset - which includes workouts, recipe library, community support. I am currently a bit unwell with laryngitis but have turned the corner and hopefully be back to full health in a couple of days and can't wait to start with this program.

As well as improving my personal life I am hoping to develop my working life too and am busy working away to improve my skills, and learn new ones.

I have also started to make a 40 before 40 bucket list. I will be 39 in March so I have 15 months to get through it! If you have any idea's feel free to comment below!

These are the things I have so far are:

> Go horseriding

> Go paddleboarding

> Go abseiling

> Stay in a lodge / cabin

> Go to the Cotswolds

> Be able to do an un-assisted pull up

> Afternoon tea at the Ritz

> Donate blood

> Feed Giraffes

> Learn how to make pasta

> Learn a new skill

> Hot Yoga

> Learn how to play chess

> Go to Rome

> Wine tasting / visit a vineyard

> Go to a Spurs game

> Watch 20 films I've never seen before

> Go to a country I've never been to before

So I have a way to go to finish the list, hopefully will have a full list in the next week or so. As well as any idea's for me to add, if you have any recommendations on any of the above I would love you to comment below!

I hope you have enjoyed this blog, and can find some inspiration for your own goals, or even to not be hard on your self for not completing resolutions, or goals. Set something achievable, try to stay away from specific amounts or dates/deadlines - and have fun!


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