If I don’t write them down for all to see they might never happen. I will review this as the year goes on. I’ve tried to make my resolutions as few and as realistic as possible.
- Sort out my room once and for all. If you know me and have assisted me with any of my seven house moves to date, you will know that I possess a lot of stuff. I blame the art thing for some of my hoarding “I might use this for something some day!” But that’s no excuse. I want a room (until I own my own house, all my belongings are in my room – and my ma’s house) that is worthy of a feature in an interiors blog (some of my favourites are decor8 and Heart Home).
Action plan: invest in nice storage boxes this month, ebay clothes and accessories that I never wear, and give unwanted possessions to charity.
- Career Focus. This has been mentioned before in a previous blog so I won’t repeat myself. It is important to me. I have goals and I am determined to succeed. Above all (as I have learnt in the past month or so) I need to be content. I want to be happy with my job, and if I am unhappy and things don’t change for the better, there are always alternatives.
Actions: Await outcome of graduate management scheme applications. If unsuccessful, continue searching for jobs at top companies (e.g. Times Top 100 Graduate Employers), gain work experience in relevant fields and don’t give up.
- Make time for others. I blame my job for my tiredness, my lack of free time (free untired time) and not seeing any of my friends properly in aaaaaages. So in 2013 I want to reach out for others more, make time for others, and put friends and family first instead of myself.
Actions: Phone friends and family, write letters, write e-mails, go visiting, invite people round. Organise my time.
What do you think? What are your resolutions? Wishing all the positivity and success for everyone in 2013.