Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Blogmas Day 31: New Year's resolutions!

Hello my lovelies!

We have finally reached the last day of December, and the last day of blogmas too. I am proud that I have managed to post something for every day, even when I found the topics difficult at times. I would like to say a massive thank you to Coleoftheball for setting this up. I know how stressful these things can be to organise, so it is greatly appreciated!

Today's last topic is New Year's resolutions. 2015 is going to be a big year for me because I am graduating and starting a teaching career through TeachFirst. It is going to be a year for big change but I am ready for the challenge and I am excited to see what  the year holds for me. As it is tradition I have been thinking of some New Year's resolutions. I am not going for the 'lose weight' goals, but instead I have thought about myself as a person and I have based them on that.

1. Do not get stressed about the little things
- The little details of things set me over the edge sometimes. I am a perfectionist and I want everything to go to plan. This sometimes can make things unenjoyable so I want to change that in 2015.
2. Think of things in a grand scheme
- I often think of the here and now and what will happen if I don't do something. When I become a teacher I am going to have to make sure I have time for myself too. In the grand scheme will colour coding a timetable help anything? Or would it be better for you to see your friends and have some down time? These are the things I need to think about!

3. You don't have to plan everything
- I am a massive planner too. If there isn't a plan then that stresses me out too. I like to stick to times and know what I am doing. So I guess in 2015 I would like to be a bit more spontaenous.

4. Try not to take things so personally
- I am a very sensitive soul and take things way too personally a lot of the time. This can then put me in a bad mood or make me upset, when actually they don't mean anything.

5. Try not to overthink
- I over think way too much. Why did that person say this? Why did this happen? Did I say the wrong thing? When half the time people haven't even noticed! So I am going to try and let things be and not over think in 2015.

So those are my New Year's resolutions! What are yours?

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