Lighten the Load and Let Go
One of my mid-year resolutions was to be active once again. In addition to working out in the gym, I’ve actually been walking more and taking every opportunity to take the stairs instead of the lift. Keeping to my goals has been made easier as my colleagues have committed to going for a walk or […]
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I feel like I need a reboot on the resolutions I thought I had already set for myself in January. I honestly don’t think I did any of them, so I guess better late than never in this case. These are a few of the ones that I will focus on for July. I am […]
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New Year’s Resolution: Cutting Down Screen-time
One of my New Year’s resolutions is to cut down my screen time—mobile, laptop, TV, the lot.
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New Year, New Me?
You’ve seen the social media posts. The “New Year, New Me” resolutions that invariably fall flat.
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New Year’s Resolution: Saving Money
2019 is a bright and shiny new year. It’s the perfect time to set new goals (which you’ll definitely, 100% stick to for the entire 12 months). Perhaps one of those goals will be ‘saving money’; for a new car, a holiday, or something equally rewarding. I’m here to help you out with some foolproof […]
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Why You Shouldn’t Make a Resolution
New Year’s Resolutions are outdated. The idea of “New Year, new me” seems kind of arbitrary—changes aren’t instant, epic, and permanent. Those three things just don’t work.
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Lacking Study Enthusiasm?
Time to start uni work once again! We’re all feeling well-rested after those holidays, aren’t we? Yeah, me neither.
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11 Resolutions You can Really (Maybe) Keep
Struggling to think of some reasonable ways to challenge yourself this New Year? Here are some suggestions to get your started.
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Get a Sensible Start to 2018
For many of us, the New Year is a good excuse for a celebration. Here are some easy ways to make sure you don’t get yourself into strife before 2018 has even begun.
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Making Time, Not Excuses
When was the last time you read a book? If you’re someone like me, that’s a pretty uncomfortable question! I love to read. I think of myself as a reader. I used to read books at an incredible rate. Yet now, days go by where I don’t pick up a novel. Weeks, even. What happened?
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