Come on then – genuine new year's resolutions…
To multi-task less. There’s a time and a place for juggling more than one thing at once, but I’ve learnt that eventually – for one’s own sanity if nothing else – you need to focus on one thing at a time. This is not just work, but is exactly what DrP was talking about in his OP.Posted 4 years agobinnersSubscriber
Pack in smoking. In a plan as cunning as a cunning fox, who’s just been appointed professor of cunning at Oxford university, I did it at the beginning of December. So I’d have a month under my belt before it became a New Years resolution
*taps nose, knowingly, like a wise grandad*Posted 4 years agofervouredimageMember
I really want to be very fit again. I’ve never been particularly unfit but between the ages of 20 and 26 I was supremely fit and full of motivation as a result. I’m 31 now and I can’t remember what it was like to be full of energy and motivated to take part in things – climbing, competitive cycling and running etc.
So I just want to be as fit and full of ‘bounce’ as I was back then. It will have a big impact on my life and my nearest and dearest too.Posted 4 years agoscary_careyMember
+1 give up coffee. Managed to give up the black stuff for a good three months earlier in the year but drink more now than ever! I know I’m in for a rough first week as I felt like turd last time I abstained. I found giving up a 20 a day death stick habit easier :/Posted 4 years agotheotherjonvSubscriber
I’m going to try and do something nice for someone every day, without expecting anything in return. Hold a door, let someone out into traffic, just be nice to someone. Maybe it’ll improve their mood and they’ll also do something nice for someone.
Personally, I’m not going to take work so seriously any more. I’ll do the best I can at it, but I refuse to get down over things I have no control over. At the end of the day, it’s only a job.Posted 4 years agoiamtheresurrectionSubscriber
Totally agree with the OP. Me too.
Lose two stone
Stop drinking Monday to Friday (it’s only a glass or beer each night, but it’s almost every night)
To stop trying to relentlessly cram as much in every day, and running at maximum. Not healthy.
But if succeed with more time with my boys I’ll be happy.Posted 4 years ago
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