A New Year is always a time to reflect on the previous year & look forward to plans and goals for the coming year. Resolutions are like writing a book, what will the next chapter be? It’s up to you to take the first step to make sure it’s a good chapter with lots to look forward to.  I’ve always been someone who likes to plan and I always have goals I want to achieve & things I want to do each year. This year is no different & this year I’ve made 20 New Years Resolutions/goals for 2020. 

1. Save more money, always top of my list as I’m a bit of a spender at times but I plan to put more away this year. 

2. Do a new thing every week! It’s great to do & learn new things to avoid getting stuck in a rut. 

3. Much more family time, my job is busy & demanding which I love but last year was so busy I want much more time with my children & family this year. 

4. Grow my blog much more & improve the aesthetics of the blog. (Plus get a good camera).

5. Get back on track with my health & fitness journey (I’ve just joined the gym again today and I’m on a mission this year!).

6. Read more. 

7. Finish doing up the house. 

8. Be much more confident in myself.

9. Continue to grow & raise the standard of my school and help my students with their achievements. 

10. Cook more and broaden my cooking repertoire 

11. Stop worrying what other people think & do what’s right for me and my family. 

12. Continue to go to lovely restaurants, spas, theatre etc as in 2019. Work hard, play hard! 

13. Train to do one of Yorkshires best mountain walks. 

14. Lots of travel plans. 

15. Do as many new things with my children as possible & give them lots of new experiences. 

16. Sort all my photo albums, kids achievement files & file all paperwork properly. 

17. Get out more as a family with Dora.

18. Completely update my wardrobe & be a bit more daring. 

19. Aim towards moving house by the end of next year. 

20. And as always, try to be the best mum, wife, daughter, friend, teacher that I can. 

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