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    Short term (within 1yr)? - Start working again, get savings in order
    Long term (within 3yrs)? Renovate
    Extra long term (5yrs+)? Overseas family holiday
    Even longer term (7 Years) Move the family overseas for a year so the can experience a different country and bond with their family.

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    Short term - be employed in part time office type job. If not, go back to study next year.
    Long term - pay off credit card and keep it under $500.
    A holiday somewhere I haven't been yet in Australia.
    Extra long term - Overseas trip.
    Maybe move back to live closer to my parents.

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    Goal is to work 4 days a week and live 6 months in France and 6 months in Australia :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    get to goal weight
    get my P's
    pay of credit cards and cut them up.

    keep working tirelessly with my boy's and their therapies.

    i dont have a time frame to achieve them. that = pressure. and i cant have any more pressure!
    Not at goal weight. But im actually happy with myself. ^_^ thats a bigger achievement than actually getting to a certain weight.

    Got my p's wooooot!

    Credit cards will be paid off end of july


    NEW goals;

    Buy a house within 2 years
    Take more family holidays
    Figure out what to do with my life when all the kids are in school!

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    Short term goals, hopefully sort out this hormone issue im having and lose some weight!
    longer term, hopefully have a baby and keep paying off the mortgage.
    Longer term, get more writing work published and maybe make enough to live off.
    Pretty standard stuff really.


 

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