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    To be less grumpy, spend less money on drink on nights out, and spend less time on the computer and more time reading
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    Mine is very easy to achieve... Drink, Party and Smoke More.
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    Just... Do more
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    To live a much less materialistic lifestyle.


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    Pass and get into uni
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    Find a job
    Keep up with investing
    Catch up with old friends
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    Try and break the 40,000 scrobbles mark on last. fm :P (I'm currently not too far from 31,000)

    Devoting more time to language learning as I am a student of French and I will begin my year abroad in the late summer

    Not making lame excuses to miss societies in town - i.e. a little bit of rain

    Meeting new people

    I'd like a relationship if at all possible. I've been single for a VERY LONG time now

    Keeping fit - if the Welsh hills don't, I don't know what will!
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    Make my uni offer
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    Bring my GPA up.
    Start training for Ballroom Dance competitions.
    Get into better shape.
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    mine is to read more, I've had hardly any time over the past year and want to read a load of books
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    I don't know, I suppose:
    -Read more
    -Eat less rubbish (especially at school)
    -Drink more water
    -Work hard
    -Write some poems
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    Concentrate on the more academic side of uni.

    My course became far too low down in my priorities in the first term.
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    Revise 10 months before exams.
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    Read tons of classic novels for the first time.
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    Get a 2:1 in my course at the end of this year (my 2nd year)
    Lose weight - get to the gym a few times a week and eat healthier
    Make more effort to see friends more often
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    I've tried to plan out my resolutions and make them realistic, usually I have really vague resolutions (like eat healthily) and always fail but this year I'll try harder:

    Run a 5k without stopping
    Run a 10k without stopping
    Run a half marathon
    Raise £500 for charity (sponsorship for half marathon will go a big way to this one)
    Plan my meals in advance so I can actually eat healthily!
    Force myself to be more confident (when sober!)
    Drink less (especially the binging)
    Visit a new country
    Get a 1st in one of my modules
    Get a job
    Get a girlfriend
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    I'm not even bothering making any new year's resolutions for 2013. Last year I broke most of my 2012 resolutions within the first week
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    (Original post by `Jts)
    I made a resolution that I stick to my resolutions.
    That's a good one
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    - Leave my hair alone - no dyeing, bleaching, overheating, etc.
    - Lose a stone
    - Eat breakfast every day
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    Learn a new language, enjoy life & go gym regularly!
 
 
 
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