It’s a new year and so, with 2016 in our rearview mirrors, it’s time to reflect on the year that has passed and how I want 2017 to be different. Advertisements
This year, I am going to build on last year’s resolutions and the manner in which I realised them. Setting realistic goals that help make your dreams come true is the best way to make sure they happen, and checking on your progress every four months is a great way for staying accountable for them!
Resolutions! It’s that time of the year and in spite of my reluctance to jump on the resolution bandwagon, in the end (or should I say beginning) I decided to set goals for myself. I do however have a slight alteration to the Classic Resolution. I struggle to finish projects and maintain my goals, so […]
The past few years I’ve had the typical new years resolution list of any young woman; eat less, lose 10 kg, go to gym regularly and always have manicured nails. Well bang goes that theory. I hate going to the gym, I like eating good food and I don’t have R200 to spend just on […]