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New Years Resolutions

OK, a little early, but I'm going out for New Year and if I get totally drunk I know I wont get on here tomorrow to post them! So here goes (in no particular order)

  1. To get to 10 stone or less by the end of 2006! Via sticking to my WW diet and using the gym membership I pay for every month, and the excesize equipment and DVDs I have speant a fortune on over the years!
  2. To organise a HUGE chunk of the wedding as by this time next year there will only be 6 months left!
  3. To get my business turning enough profit to pay me a WAGE! Other wise 2006 will be a very very poor year for us!
  4. To get my house and my house-work sorted out, possibly by means of a weekly house work check list that I actually STICK to this year! No more mice!
  5. To keep in touch with my friends! Friends are as important to me as family. It's about time I started to treat them a bit better!

There. I think 5 should do it for this year. They are all achivable if I actually put my mind to it, and in most cases I HAVE to do them. It's not just a case of things I would like to achive in an ideal world. This lot is important stuff!

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