New Years Resolutions

I realise that I'm pretty late in getting these up, but they're part of my new found motivation. So, my new years resolutions for this year are as follows:

- Read 50 books - once again I've set up a Goodreads reading challenge to read 50 books. I only made it to 43 last year, and I'm determined to hit my goal this year. I'm on track so far, so hopefully this year I manage to reach my goal.

- Bake more - I'm going to aim to bake once a week. I love baking, and I got a couple of new recipe books for Christmas, so there are a lot of new recipes I want to try out.

- Eat more healthily - I realise this is a very popular resolution, but it's also an important one. I haven't been eating healthily at all lately, and I want that to change. I love to cook, I just need to plan my time better.

- Go to the gym - Again, I know this is a popular one, but it goes hand in hand with my eating healthier. The only exercise I get is walking at work (which I do a lot of, to be fair) so I'd like to get some more exercise.

- Blog regularly - I've been a terrible blogger lately, and I want that to change. I've got some ideas for more regular blog posts, and I'll be joining in with a few blog hops, including the A to Z challenge in April.

- Write regularly - I hardly got any writing done last year, and this year is going to be different! I've been working on the same WIP for over a year now, and I'm determined to finish it this year, as well as starting new projects.

Comments

  1. Good goals!
    Most people just want to lose weight. I think eating healthier is a better goal.

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  2. Bake more...I like that goal. :) I want to bake more too.

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  3. Now that my kids are out of the house, I bake so much less and I miss it. But if I bake it and there's no one here to eat it except me... not good.

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  4. These are great goals, Laura. All the best with them, especially the health ones. They are the hardest, but reap so many all-round rewards beyond just feeling better. A healthy body leads to a healthy mind, which can only make you a better writer. :)

    Your bio says you live in Hull. Is that still true? I don't think I ever knew that about you. I went to University in Hull. Practically lived there for about 4 years.

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  5. Ditto! Wonderful goals, keep them posted where you can see them and you'll always be reminded of them. It does help!
    A WIP is just that a work in progress - keep at it!

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