DIARY | MY NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS

7 January 2017


The New Year usually always comes with lots of New Years resolutions. I never really tend to stick to my New Years resolutions, because I end up setting unrealistic goals and am just too lazy to actually work on it. So this year I had a really good think about what I wanted to change in my life in 2017.


 Travel to/Discover at least two new cities
Over the past few years I have travelled some places, but once I have discovered a city that I absolutely love (say London), I always want to go back to that specific place. But because there are so many other cities that I would love to discover, I want to visit two new cities that I haven’t visited before. Now because I’m still a student and I don’t really have the largest budget because most of my money is spent on books and uni, I would like to make it European cities for now.

Cities that I would like to visit are for example Edinburgh, Dublin, Barcelona, Prague and Copenhagen! So all I need to do now is to find friends and/or family who would like to accompany me to these cities and save up some money for some city trips!

Drink at least 1,5 litres of water a day
In 2016 I really haven’t been taking the best care of my body. I always forget to drink enough water during the day, and I really notice that my skin starts to act up when I don’t drink enough water. So in 2017 I want to drink at least 1,5 litres a day, which is completely doable in my opinion. I already downloaded an app to help keep track of how much water I drink and this first week has been pretty good so far!

My aesthetician also told me to really get into drinking more water so my acne can clear up and hopefully, eventually clear up and toxins are flushed out of my system.


Read more literature
When I was younger I always used to read books. Somewhere along the way of high school I just had to many exams to study for in the evenings and stopped reading for pleasure. Nowadays I only read books during my holidays. But whenever I do finish reading a book when I’m at home, I just feel so relaxed. So to get anxiety and stress out of my body I would like to start reading more books this year. First on my list? Pride and Prejudice! 

To have breakfast every morning
This is such a bad habit of mine, but during 2016, I started to feel really exhausted. Whenever I had to go to uni I always managed to snooze my alarm until the very last moment and I ended up rushing to go to uni in the morning. Because I had other things to do in the morning (shower, print documents, do homework etc) I always forgot to have breakfast. Even typing this down, I hate myself for not having a proper breakfast every morning.

So this year I am going to start having breakfast and I am going to try and plan them, as well as try to prepare them in advance. I already found some really yummy breakfast muffin recipes that I can prepare in the weekends and some new yoghurt ideas


So I guess you could say that I should start planning. I probably should start planning my city trips, need to write down lists of books that I want to read. And most importantly, I need to start having breakfast before I go to work/uni and I really need keep keeping track of my water intake!

8 comments :

  1. Great resolutions - I can definitely relate with some! I'd love to do a bit of travelling to more places in Europe. xx

    Lucy x | lucy-cole.co.uk

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    1. Thank you! Europe has so many gorgeous cities right! :) xx

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  2. great resolutions, one of mine is to travel more... and actually barcelona is on my plans!

    lu | Coco&Louis

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    1. Thank you! I want to visit Barcelona so badly haha! :) xx

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  3. Ooh, I wish I'd made drinking more water one of my resolutions (I mean, we're only eight days into the new year, so it's probably not too late!)

    kairainterprets.blogspot.com

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    1. Do it Kaira! It's never too late to start ;) xx

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  4. I hope you had a nice new year my lovely :) I really like your resolutions, I think they are actually quite achievable! Regarding travel, I 100% think you should make a point to visit Dublin, its one of the friendliest cities I've ever visited!

    Grace xx

    www.gracebee.co.uk

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    1. Thank you Grace! Yes I have heard that before! Would love to go to Dublin asap! :) xx

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