A few more resolutions for 2013

6 01 2013

In the last week I’ve come up with a few more I’m just adding to the list I made at the start of the year!

  • Better bedtime routine – I’m awful at sitting on my laptop in bed until last thing, so new rule – unless I’m using it in my room in the evening, if there’s nothing I need it for when I go up from the lounge to bed, it gets shut down downstairs. Yes I can use my smartphone, but once I’ve lain down to read, that also doesn’t get touched again ’til morning (unless it goes off etc). I’ve heard a lot about it not being good to have things like computers in the room you sleep – in a shared house this isn’t always avoided, but at least going to bed I’m aiming that the laptop is the first thing to be switched off.
  • Sort through my photos and print off some for a photo album – this was apparently in the telegraph top 10 resolutions this year that were read out in church this morning. It’s something I’ve been meaning to do for years now, I’ve had a digital camera of some form or another since late 2004 – that’s a lot of pictures to sort through!
  • Put clothes away at night – at the moment, anything that doesn’t need to go in the wash I just chuck over the clothes rail when I go to bed, this very quickly piles into a mountain. The aim is to actually put things on hangers at night! This weekend I had a massive sort out of my room and sorted out that mountain, so the starting point is there ready and waiting!

In addition, I kept up my five year diary through all of last year, and so aim to keep that up, but it’s not so much of a resolution as I did it last year already – that’s like saying, I resolve to cook myself dinner, it’s something I was already doing!


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