A New Year

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I’ve seen many ‘2013: year in review’ and New Year’s resolution blog posts floating around over the last week and this is not one of them. Remembering that last year I was the girl who pledged to buy no new clothes for the whole of 2013 and folded like a cheap suit mid-March, I clearly am no authority on how to make (and stick with) major life changes. So to the handful of people who arrived at my blog over the last few days after Googling ‘no new clothes for a year’, I’m sorry. how awkward. (To the thousand or so people who arrived here via Mamamia just before Christmas, welcome!)

So I suppose I should say something really meaningful here like ‘2013 was a year of ups and downs’, which I guess is true. There were break-ups, new beginnings, kilos lost, kilos gained, big nights, small nights, dress ups, dressing downs and trips to two new countries (the definite highlight).

I haven’t really made any resolutions for the New Year, except to lose weight, which is more of a year-long project I fail and succeed at constantly. Maybe I’ll take up running? But probably not. I really don’t know what the next 6 months looks like, so I feel there’s not really much point in setting goals, I’m just going to keep chugging along trying my best at everything and having as much fun as possible.

Have you made any New Years resolutions? If you’ve blogged about it put a link in the comments, I love reading new blogs. In fact I might resolve to read more blogs this year, that’s one thing I’m certain I can achieve.

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