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So, it’s back to work tomorrow (ugh!) and I am just not in the mood! I have had a lovely break full of seeing all of my friends and celebrating Christmas and my Mum’s birthday. It’s been so, so, SO nice to not have to worry about work or anything really and the amount of sleep I’ve had has been insane!!
Now, I feel I need to address something; although I said I wasn’t setting myself goals to sign off for the New Year, I have decided that I am going to try and do like a ‘Weekly Give Up’ for 2015. So, this might be a TV program or soap that I know, deep down, is rubbish, takeaway food, tea (as I have 3 sugars and milk and know this isn’t good for me!), twitter, junk food, facebook, getting up late… whatever. I am going to do random weeks where I give up something. I thought it would be a bit of fun and I figured that a week here and there of unhealthy things is better than no weeks at all. This doesn’t mean that I am going to stick to it religiously and make it my year’s goal, but it does mean that I am going to be being ‘good’ for some of the time. Each time I do a ‘Give Up’, I will blog and let you know how I am getting on with it…. (Would it be good to start a page?)
… And because of all the Christmas (or Holidays, if you’re from USA), I have consumed an insane amount of chocolate! I do like chocolate, but I would say that I would prefer something else normally. I think I just ate it because the children in my class bought me about 50000000 boxes of biscuits/chocolates! Lol! So, this will be my first ‘Give Up’ – Chocolate and biscuits of any kind! Think it will do me good! Wish me luck! :)
I am planning a few things for all of you this month, but I kind of want to know if there’s anything that you actually wanted me to do… I basically would like some help from you! I will do my usual thing, but if you know of anything to do with January itself (you know, challenges etc.) then please let me know and I think it will be fun to try and join in! Right, I am off to read some of my book, eat a lovely Mumberly-cooked roast dinner (with a cherry and rhubarb pie for afters!), have a bubble bath and get ready for the beginning of Spring Term.
Peace and love, Polly May xx