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    My resolution is to stick to my resolutions! (I said this on a topic made about this before)
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    Happy New Year!

    May all your troubles last as long as your New Year's resolutions.
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    Why do you need to wait for NY's to initiate change? Why not immediately when you realise something needs to change?
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    (Original post by J1mmy)
    Why do you need to wait for NY's to initiate change? Why not immediately when you realise something needs to change?
    I don't, but it's a good time to do it, rather than saying 'oh I'll start in a few days'....


    My past resolutions have been going very well

    because I do whatever the **** I WANT TO DO
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    My New Year's Resolution is to get into green Pos Rep by the end of February.
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    sleeping, more sleep, more and more sleep.
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    To stop Procrastinating! :mad:
    i.e. to not spend as much time on websites such as TSR!
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    - Stick at yoga, and get less cr*p at it. I can never be bothered to go, but love it when I get there
    - Be more patient with my mum
    - Rekindle my love with fruit and replace some of the junk I eat with it

    I also have some goals for this year which aren't really resolutions, but this is what I want to achieve this year:

    - Get an offer for medicine
    - Get good grades
    - Go to uni
    - Get laid (not going to lie, it's on the list)
    - Have a better body from eating more healthily and exercising. I don't necessarily want to lose a lot of weight, because my BMI is mid normal, just get fitter and feel better and move more
    - Get a job in the space between exams and university
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    These are things that I've been working on already, but it wouldn't hurt to put them down as resolutions to continue into this New Year :

    - Clear my acne, even my skin tone and overall improve my skin
    - Grow my hair long (I've been having trouble with this the past few years, but I'm hoping that trimming a bit more often and being in sunnier climates will help it better)
    - Try to stop biting and picking at my nails and fingers once and for all
    - Go travelling and see as much of the world as I can
    - Hopefully try to make some new and better friends
    - Stop stressing about trying to conform to society and just do what I feel most comfortable and happy with, whether other people will approve or not
    - Try not to worry so much about bad people and just appreciate good people more
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    Mine: To not make up a new year's resolution and then not bother with it.

    Heh...
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    Not really resolutions as such but general goals I'd like to achieve :

    -Get into med school
    -Get good A2 results
    -BE MORE POSITIVE! (hah important one)
    -Rekindle my love for tennis - I haven't played it for soo long and I'm really going to try and make more time for this.
    -Power through any difficult times and try not to let them get to me (and remembering it does get better!) :yep:
    -Learn how to knit :awesome:
    -Learn to play the guitar. Slightly difficult one but I started this time last year and I was doing okay until exams and UCAS happened :/
    -Experience new things (what exactly? I have no idea :lol:)
    -Oh and did I mention BE MORE POSITIVE!!!
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    - Get 5 A's by the end of fifth year
    - Get back to my original weight of 40kg
    - Try to be more confident and carefree
    - Receive at least 4 awards at the award ceremony for my school in June
    - Try scheming and see how it works out (like Blair Waldorf)


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    (Original post by cyfer)
    I don't, but it's a good time to do it, rather than saying 'oh I'll start in a few days'....


    My past resolutions have been going very well

    because I do whatever the **** I WANT TO DO
    Are you that nerd who made a thread about creeping out random girls in the street?
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    - Don't make any New Year's resolutions.

    Ah. Crap.
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    -Sleep at a reasonable time.
    -Go to gym more often - perhaps try and run a marathon this year.
    -Speak my mind more often.
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    1. Go to the gym and stick at it
    2. Get the grades to go to uni
    3. Save some money up for uni
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    Graduate with first class honours
    Finally give my girlfriend a holiday
    Seek employment
    Everest Basecamp trek
    Begin Kilimanjaro saving/planning
    Continue to lose weight
    Run my first half marathon
    Improve my 5k time
    Quit smoking (not until I've sat my finals!)
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    Improve my physical fitness
    Improve my confidence
    To not be afraid of taking risks
    Start pulling my weight and make my dreams/ambitions a reality
    To be more positive and not be such a miserably depressed pessimist all the time.



    To enjoy, not take for granted and make the most of life.
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    (Original post by Dunc1)
    1440x900
    1296000

    I think I'll do something Maths related too; I'll try learning π to 314 decimal places, almost got there last year!
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    Work hard and get the outstanding grades
    Spend more time revising.
    Try to improve my fitness
 
 
 
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