Wednesday 31 December 2014

New Year Resolutions

Hey everyone :)

new year resolutions

New Year is upon us, so what does that mean for us all ...?

- millions of resolutions that will be forgotten come the 2nd of January
- hangovers lasting for 3 days
- a few broken bones
- waking up in Paris and wondering how you got there

These are all possibilities ... however this year I will be alone as I was abandoned and left to fend for myself. I have contemplated getting drunk alone - this idea makes me happy - although if I get drunk and end up choking on my own vomit - this could possibly be a problem.

I also thought about going on some kind of hate spree but there are certain policies in effect that disallow this - which is shit.

I have spend a great deal of time (5 minutes) thinking of some resolutions that I want to focus on so I can have the life I deserve - which is filled full of expensive things and sex (lots of sex).

Resolution 1 - Eat Properly (or at least try to)
I am one of the worst people when it comes to eating properly. I currently eat maybe one meal a day and drink numerous amount of Pepsi - which is not good at all. So not a big goal - but we will go with eating 3 meals a day, and lots of water.

Resolution 2 - More Sex
Self-explanatory - more sex, more sex, more sex - apparently sex opens up the gateway to our souls and we develop deeper connections with one another ... yes I say apparently - I am just in it for the sex. (I joke, if your reading this Dave).

Resolution 3 - Debt Management
I need to save ... I'm terrible at spending money on things I don't need. Plus my credit card just took a big hit with my car insurance :(

Resolution 4 - New Job & New House
 I'm combining these two as I want to move, get a new house and get a new job. Reasons being - I want to move as I am bored of the place I am in now (Hemel Hempstead), I want to move into my own house and start paying my own mortgage (with Dave) and not someone elses, and get a new job - where I can progress.

Resolution 5 - Gym
I cancelled my gym membership a few months ago to save money and because I was spending £50 to swim as I wasn't using the gym that much. I thought since Dave was away to occupy myself I could start going back for something to do.

So those are my 5 resolutions for next year. I've made them realistic so I should be able to manage them. There are some short-term and long-term goals in there so 1 or 2 I can manage straight away and others will take some time - the debt management I'm estimating will take maybe 6 or 7 months - depending on whether I can get a second job or something but more on that later.

Let me know if you guys have any resolutions or if you think I can stick to these ones?

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