Happy New Year

I just wanted to wish you all a very happy New Year. I hope that you all achieve the things that you set out to achieve, and have one that is full of happiness and joy.

The other day I wrote a post talking about how I was still trying to decide if I should make any New Year’s resolutions for 2014. I haven’t done them for a while, but this year I’m going to try again with them. Here is my list

  • Comment on more blogs – I love reading other people’s blogs but I don’t always leave comments on them as often as I should, so from now on I’m going to try and do more of that.
  • Get better at trying to cook for myself – On this blog I talk a lot about how I don’t always find it easy to cook because my Cerebal Palsy means I struggle to do things like lift pans and chop vegetables. I’ve improved loads on this over the last couple of years, but I want to try and do better. I’m not really sure what form this will take yet. This could mean that I end up making my own food more often, or that I learn how to prepare new things in a way that is safe and easy for me, who knows?
  • Read 50 books – Okay, so I know that this one isn’t really relevent to what I blog about, so I probably won’t mention it all that often, but I would like to try and read 50 books this year. A few years ago, I used to read loads, (and would even wake up early before school to do so), but when I went away to university I didn’t really do much reading at all, and still don’t seem to do as muvh as I would like. So this year, I thought I’d set myself a challenge and see how I get on.


7 thoughts on “Happy New Year

  1. Best of luck on the goals, jealous of the 50 books… hope you reach your target and your mind travels to many lands!


  2. Best of luck for the new year and your goals. My goals are to do more physio (say that every year – it lasts a day or two) and find a new job similar to what I already do as a volunteer


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