My 10 Resolutions For 2018

Hi again! I am here to (finally) share with you, My 10 Resolutions For 2018. Enjoy!

 

1. Lose weight gradually.

2. Pay off some of my debt.

3. Find love and happiness.

4. Travel on my own.

5.  Gain photography skills.

6. Sleep a little better.

7. Maintain a healthy lifestyle.

8. Discover ways to save money.

9. Maintain my blog and keep it active.

10. Publish my second book.

 

 

Well, there you have it. My 10 Resolutions For 2018.

 

Feel free to tell me what your resolutions are for the new year ahead.

 

Still hard to believe that 2017 is coming to an end, but it’s been a year of change,
self-discovery and so forth. May the next 12 months be full of life, love, happiness. 

 

 

Mila.

8 thoughts on “My 10 Resolutions For 2018

  1. Itinerary Planner says:

    I like your plans. I set goals and check them off once accomplished. All the unaccomplished ones get carried over to the next year for completion and then I add new goals. That’s how I hold myself accountable throughout the year with my goal list. Wishing you the very best in fulfilling your list.

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    • Mila says:

      Thank you. And that’s a great way to do it, I think. Most simply give up on their plans and never look back, so it’s great to know that some try to reflect upon those, whether or not they reached their goals and accomplishments that particular year. Wishing you the very best with yours too.

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  2. Jane Gealy says:

    You have some great goals. I’ve not made a resolution for more years than I care to remember, but I will make an exception from this point forward: To do my best for the environment by buying and using less plastic, creating less waste and recycling more. So the challenge is to use canvas bags, not using disposable coffee cups etc, and being more conscious of what I am consuming and throwing away. Good luck with your second book.

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    • Mila says:

      I think that’s a wonderful thing, recycling and being more aware of what we are using and not using. As I’ve gotten older and become more independent, it’s become a priority to recycle and think before I dispose of certain materials, because in the end, it does benefit the planet and us as a society. And thank you so much, I wish you the best of luck also.

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