- Body Happiness - Sounds a bit fluffy doesn't it? But because I don't have an ideal weight I'd like to be (honestly I don't have any idea what 11st or 20st looks like), I just want to get to a place where I'm happy with my body. I know what I want my body to look like, but I also want to ensure I'm not killing myself to get there. So yup in the next 6 months, I’m aiming to get to a place where I just feel a lot more comfortable in my skin.
- Save at least £1000 - I'm not great with saving. I can save, but I just don't do it regularly enough. With the new job I've decided I want to save a decent amount of my wage, just so I know I have something for me in case I decide to just pack it all in and go travelling, or in case I just want something extravagant. Or obviously in case of an emergency. So the minimum I've set myself is £1000 until the end of this year. Could be a good thing considering I've decided I want to go to New York for my 25th birthday!
- Make arrangements to move out - Yup, I need to flee the nest. So next year I'd like to move out. Whist I know I know it's not going to take me bloody 6 months to you know convince myself, I want it to become a priority for me. Ideally I'd like to move out of the country, but one step at a time eh? I'd just love to experience London life, without my mother breathing down my neck.
- Make a measurable difference in my new job - This one is hard to quantify as I haven't started the job yet. But I guess within the next 6 months, I want to have contributed something good that has actually added to the business I'll be working in. I guess really only recognition from others or myself is the only way I can actually measure this, but after having such a hard time at my old job, I just want to know that I'm doing something right.
- Eat 3 pieces of veg and/or fruit every day - I'm always trying to be a better eater, but I struggle with my old junk food ways so badly. 3 pieces a day isn't much, but it's something I know I can manage, and hopefully once it becomes a habit I can start to increase that. I'm really excited about this goal, but also scared. It's the easiest to fail for me because I'm shockingly bad at incorporating healthy foods in my diet, but also because it's a daily thing I have to do. But I'm determined to do it!
- There’s one more - I have one other goal, but it's actually something I want to keep to myself. Especially after having a chat with a friend I had not spoken to last week, I’ve realised there's a lot of work I've got to put in. Whilst it'll be scary and possibly lonely to do, hopefully it'll give me a better sense of self. Anyway I better stop babbling, especially as I'm leaving you in suspense. But I do have a 6th goal that I'm working on :)
Those are my goals for the next 6 months. I thought of these towards the end of June, but really I'm only starting them this week so wish me luck! I seriously cannot believe how quickly the year is going :(
Have you reviewed your New Years goals? Or have you set yourself any goals for the end of the year? I'd love to hear them!