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  1. Aimee says

    Great goals. I find breaking my yearly goals into smaller, monthly goals makes me more likely to achieve them so maybe that’s something to consider. Good luck! x

    • Tina says

      Ooh that’s a good idea! I was wondering how to go about taking on these tasks. I think I’ll do that actually, because each one can be broken down. Thanks! You’ve just made this much more achievable! Xx

  2. Isabelle says

    I’ve always hated the idea of resolutions, so I now just kinda set goals of things I’d like to do rather than change, and realistically too. I haven’t done a goals post but I’ve got a post up on things I learned last year that I want to bring forward and remember in the new year up! xx

    http://www.taintedblues.co.uk/

    • Tina says

      Yeah I’ve tried to be realistic with these and they’re things that I keep meaning to do so I really want to put the plan in motion! Will take a look at yours soon as love seeing what others are up to 🙂 xx

  3. Aimee says

    Great goals. I find breaking my yearly goals into smaller, monthly goals makes me more likely to achieve them so maybe that’s something to consider. Good luck! x

    • Tina says

      Ooh that’s a good idea! I was wondering how to go about taking on these tasks. I think I’ll do that actually, because each one can be broken down. Thanks! You’ve just made this much more achievable! Xx

  4. Sarah Russell says

    I love your goals. As much as I hate “New Years Resolutions” I have goals as well.. So maybe calling them something different will make it easier to accomplish them! 🙂 Hope it all goes GREAT!

  5. Jennie says

    Really good and fun goals Tina. So many you can combine as well 🙂 I’ve set myself a goal of 12 books and that’s a lot for me, only read 1 last year 🙁 Let me know if you have any recommendations. x

    • Tina says

      Thanks! To be fair, 20 is very optimistic for me! I read one last year, and skimmed a couple haha! I think I should have lowered this but it’s a challenge at least! Same here, I’d love to hear of any easy reads, I want it to be relaxing haha xx

  6. This, tatt and the other says

    I don’t make resolutions either, because I know I’ll only feel like even more of a failure if I break them!

    If there’s one thing on your list I would absolutely implore you to do, it’s learn to drive. Once you’ve passed your test you’ll wonder how you ever managed without it for so many years!

    • Tina says

      Ah I know! And I always fail haha.
      The frustrating thing with driving is I know I’ll feel like that as soon as I get it done! It’s happening! Going to try and book some lessons this week xx

  7. This, tatt and the other says

    I don’t make resolutions either, because I know I’ll only feel like even more of a failure if I break them!

    If there’s one thing on your list I would absolutely implore you to do, it’s learn to drive. Once you’ve passed your test you’ll wonder how you ever managed without it for so many years!

    • Tina says

      Ah I know! And I always fail haha.
      The frustrating thing with driving is I know I’ll feel like that as soon as I get it done! It’s happening! Going to try and book some lessons this week xx

  8. twentysomethingmeltdown says

    I’m excited to see what you achieve in the next year but if it’s one thing I do know, it’s the absolute freedom and gielbossing the feeling of finally learning to drive gives you! I did the no money/no motivation/lots of fear thing from when I was 17 too but I’m soooo glad I finally did it in late 2015! Always here for advice on learning when you’re uhm, slightly older than 17 cos it’s a whole different ball game haha <3

    • Tina says

      I can’t wait to learn, but I’m still trying to get out of the weird excuse phase! Definitely doing it though. Haha so glad you understand! Thank you, I’m sure I will need some xxx

  9. Sarah Russell says

    I love your goals. As much as I hate “New Years Resolutions” I have goals as well.. So maybe calling them something different will make it easier to accomplish them! 🙂 Hope it all goes GREAT!

  10. Isabelle says

    I’ve always hated the idea of resolutions, so I now just kinda set goals of things I’d like to do rather than change, and realistically too. I haven’t done a goals post but I’ve got a post up on things I learned last year that I want to bring forward and remember in the new year up! xx

    http://www.taintedblues.co.uk/

    • Tina says

      Yeah I’ve tried to be realistic with these and they’re things that I keep meaning to do so I really want to put the plan in motion! Will take a look at yours soon as love seeing what others are up to 🙂 xx

  11. Jennie says

    Really good and fun goals Tina. So many you can combine as well 🙂 I’ve set myself a goal of 12 books and that’s a lot for me, only read 1 last year 🙁 Let me know if you have any recommendations. x

    • Tina says

      Thanks! To be fair, 20 is very optimistic for me! I read one last year, and skimmed a couple haha! I think I should have lowered this but it’s a challenge at least! Same here, I’d love to hear of any easy reads, I want it to be relaxing haha xx

  12. twentysomethingmeltdown says

    I’m excited to see what you achieve in the next year but if it’s one thing I do know, it’s the absolute freedom and gielbossing the feeling of finally learning to drive gives you! I did the no money/no motivation/lots of fear thing from when I was 17 too but I’m soooo glad I finally did it in late 2015! Always here for advice on learning when you’re uhm, slightly older than 17 cos it’s a whole different ball game haha <3

    • Tina says

      I can’t wait to learn, but I’m still trying to get out of the weird excuse phase! Definitely doing it though. Haha so glad you understand! Thank you, I’m sure I will need some xxx

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