Post # 1
I’ve gained some habits I don’t really like this year, mainly related to facebook and reading into status updates/comments etc- so today, I deacivated my account and removed the app from my phone. I’m going to aim for 30 days of no use, and then see how much longer I can go for.
How about you?
Post # 3
I don’t do new year’s resolutions, but maybe a mid-year one could work better for me. It sounds more like one that you can start at any time (regardless of how yesterday or last week went). Like, “what’s your June 9th, 10am resolution?” lol.
So what is my June 9th resolution? I don’t know. There’s too much to choose from, lol. I’ll have to think about it, but good food for thought.
Post # 4
Get back on track with diet. I had lost 20 pounds but I’ve gained 5 back
Post # 5
@recapbee: Lose 3 kgs for my wedding! (3 months to go). A kilo per month, maybe? Haha.
Post # 6
@recapbee: I love mid-year resolutions! I have a couple, for one I would like to pass my last 5 months of my degree with flying colours. Two, go on a holiday with my boyfriend before Christmas, and three, pick an official wedding date!
Post # 7
Well I’ve lasted 10 waking hours without checking facebook (I got into a habit of checking it e every 2-3 hrs) & I haven’t missed it once. Pretty lame really!
Post # 8
Exercise and eating better as I let slip over the colder months and I have no motivation for it either in these months
Post # 9
I started a Couch to 5K program!
Post # 10
Start running again! When I’m doing it it’s fine, but when I stop for a while it’s so hard to get back into it again. I’m going to run first thing after work tomorrow!
Post # 11
To focus on my health, and hopefully get more stable. Bipolar is a pain in the ass and still not where I should be yet, so trying different medications, hopefully they get me stable soon. And I want to focus more on my health than worrying about studying if I’m not up to it.