Wednesday, 2 January 2019


Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and New Year and is super rested and excited to get into 2019. I think its important to have goals and resolutions to aim towards and there is no better time than the start of the year to set these goals. I have goals related to health but also other goals about general well being and life which I think is really important.

1. Read (at least) one book a month. I have had this resolution a few times in the last few years but I think its a really good one! I love reading but it definitely gets put to the bottom of my to-do list when it comes to everything else. Reading is such a nice way to relax and have some time out which is really important for everyone.

2. Go to the gym three times a week. This is my health related resolution, whether I am doing a barre class or a yoga class to relax, or a spin class or body pump, I want to go to the gym at least three times a week. I want to try and get really consistent with using the gym, especially since I work at David Lloyd and I have access to some really amazing classes.

3. I am also doing Veganuary this year! I am super excited to start the year being vegan, I am looking forward to making lots of new meals and eating really interesting and healthy foods. I am sure I will post updates about this throughout the month.

4. Do more activities in leeds, explore the city more. Since moving back to Leeds after finishing university I haven't really explored the city and seen how it has changed. Leeds is an amazing place to live and I don't feel like I have really gone further than the places I already knew about.

5. Blog consistently. I want to post 1 blog post each week. For a time I was posting twice a week but when I am busy if I havent pre-planned anything then it can be really hard to be consistent, so going down to one post a week, whilst also working full time and actually having a social life seems reasonable.

6. Stop fast fashion. I have definitely become more aware about 'fast fashion' and finding more sustainable clothing, but I an still guilty of buying cheaper clothing thats poor quality and most likely made very cheaply. I want to invest in better quality, eco-friendly clothing and stop buying poor quality clothes that won't last a long time.


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