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#socialbloggers 46 // 2015

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We had a chat and a little walk jog down memory lane about 2014 last month.

Now Christmas has come and gone, as have the new year celebrations, people are settling back into their regular routines after time off work, school and normal life.

January is generally a time of self-reflection and new goals for most people. While some don’t believe in resolutions and think they’re a waste of time, you can’t deny that nothing can give us motivation quite like a brand new year.

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I wouldn’t say I don’t believe in new years resolutions. But what I would say is I don’t believe in waiting for a certain time of year to start working towards something.

There’ll always be an event coming up soon, or a holiday, or a deadline of some sort that may make it difficult to achieve your goal.

If you want to start a new habit, start making a healthier choice or learn something new, start now – not at the start of the year, month, or week.

Right now.

I find a lot of people (including myself) spend more time researching and thinking about how to get to their goals than they do actually doing what they need to do to get to their goals.

Or they give up because they want the results quicker than is possible.

Never give up on a dream because of the time it takes to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway.

Most of my goals for 2015 are fitness and blogging related. To continue with exercise as I am and to continue with daily blogging as I am.

You can see more about my fitness goal on my fitness blog, where I post weekly updates every Monday.

I spoke more about my blogging goals in the post: 10 resolutions for bloggers.

What does your 2015 look like?

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Q1: What are somethings you’re looking forward most to do in 2015?

 

Q2: What was your highlight of 2014?

 

Q3: Hard one, what do you think you failed doing in past year BUT intend to do this year as in goals?

 

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1. noun: a female blogger that writes about her own experiences, observations and opinions. 2. verb: to act like a complete idiot or to do something stupid. e.g: She did a Corinne.

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