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    and what steps are you taking towards achieving them?
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    Short term I really don't want to sleep through my appointment to get my eyebrows done tomorrow, I've set an alarm in attempt to achieve that one.

    Long term is to make lots of cash. I'm trying to study to achieve that one, but I'm a professional at procrastinating.
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    Short term - save money, don't buy stuff I don't need

    Long term - get place on medieval lit ma

    Longer term - apply for PhD or continue advancing in museum sector


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    Short term - find the time to bleach and dye my hair.
    Long term - get the grades I want in my exams then go to university after a gap year of (hopefully) work, volunteering and seeing places like Amsterdam, Berlin and Moscow.
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    Short term:
    - save money for travelling next year
    - come off probation at work
    - get fitter

    Long term:
    - work hard at university
    - be happy
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    Short term: get a job (just updated my CV and started applying).
    Long term: stop being ill (get a decent psychiatrist) and start working with animals (study animal care and then get a job).
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    (Original post by Abbie :))
    Short term I really don't want to sleep through my appointment to get my eyebrows done tomorrow, I've set an alarm in attempt to achieve that one.

    Long term is to make lots of cash. I'm trying to study to achieve that one, but I'm a professional at procrastinating.
    lold at first one
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    guize don't forget to post what steps you are taking. a goal without a plan is just a dream.. or something.
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    Short term- get an early night
    Long term- become a doctor
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    (Original post by Lularose83)
    Short term- get an early night
    Long term- become a doctor
    That escalated quickly !


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    (Original post by LadyMede)
    That escalated quickly !


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    Ahhaaahaaaa!


    Short term - lose extra Christmas weight. Increase gym visits and cut back on alcohol.

    Long term - get a boyfriend. Be friendlier, more confident and wear good bras.
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    Short term: loose Christmas weight - steps, eat less
    long term: don't **** up uni - steps, actually do work
    longer term: don't **** up at life -steps, don't retreat into my room after uni and try my best in the field
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    (Original post by LadyMede)
    That escalated quickly !


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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Short term: loose Christmas weight - steps, eat less
    long term: don't **** up uni - steps, actually do work
    longer term: don't **** up at life -steps, don't retreat into my room after uni and try my best in the field
    gl with these. what are you doing at uni?
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    (Original post by white boy)
    gl with these. what are you doing at uni?
    Biomedical sciences
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    (Original post by white boy)
    and what steps are you taking towards achieving them?

    Complete my law degree and gain at least a 2:1
    Take on a Masters degree.
    Find work within the criminal investigations or profiling.
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    Short term
    - get out of bed tomorrow to get the bus to the library -> set an alarm
    - maintain fitness until training starts again -> do cardio and bodyweight exercises
    Long term
    - get the grades I need to get into uni -> stop procrastinating

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    Present:
    pass uni exams with a good grade- by working and not procrastinating
    pass my driving test

    Long term-
    try my hardest in uni to get the best grade i can- by working
    loose some weight- eat healthier and exercise more
    find a job- by hopefully getting a good placement next year
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    Short term - pass my theory test on the 30th
    Long term - work in the field of astronomy and get over my fear of flying

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    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
    Short term - pass my theory test on the 30th
    Long term - work in the field of astronomy and get over my fear of flying

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    good luck
 
 
 
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