Title says it all.
For myself I'm thinking along the lines of.....
Be completely committed in education, work and fitness.
Taking up meditation twice a day.
Become more organised.
Earn £100 a week in extra income with a view to get a deposit for a house.
Anyone planning there new year's resolutions? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 19-12-2010 22:56
- 19-12-2010 23:01
Your first step in committing yourself to education should be to learn how to spell "their".
- 19-12-2010 23:02
Theres no point in it at all.
Most people dont even go through with it.
Having a plan is great but dont just do because of new years.
- PS Helper
- 19-12-2010 23:04
1. get A's in the region of 95% in my AS
2. start drafting my PS
3. get more work experience in bigger and better hospitals
4. see more live comedy
5. get my 1 star in cadets and go on more camps
6. get my level 4 in sailing
that be all for nowww
- 21-12-2010 14:41
1. Get B's and A's in my AS levels
2. Start eating healthier, and maybe start exercising a bit
3. Try to remain calm, and don't take my anger out on my family, which I seem to have done a lot this year
4. Start going out more, and socialising more
- 21-12-2010 15:17
Pass my degree/manage to write my dissertation without getting too stressed.
Try and get my health back (even if it's just a bit).
Figure out whether I'm moving abroad or staying here after my degree.
Haven't thought of any more yet.
- 21-12-2010 15:20
Going from past history of new years resolutions, I have followed none of them through. So nah, I'll give them a miss.
- 21-12-2010 15:33
Continue to have flawless grammar.
- 21-12-2010 15:34