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    Assuming my transplanted kidney behaves (and my gosh I hope it does)
    Do more farming.
    Do more gardening.
    Enjoy my children.
    Improve my photography.

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    Great thread I hope everyone has success towards their hopes and dreams for the coming year.
    What I'd like in 2016:
    - to be a better mum to my little baby girl (5 months currently, been struggling a bit so far).
    - I need to develop more patience and be less of a control freak
    - be nicer to my DH he doesn't deserve my meanness 😢
    - cope with putting DD in childcare, having massive anxiety about this
    - sort out my work situation between my 2 employers. 1 is secure, great pay, boring as bat-sh!t, the other is my dream job but short term contract, mediocre pay, big commitment time-wise. I have to choose one or the other by mid-year!
    - actually do my postgrad study that I put on hold this year
    - possibly sell our house and hopefully move somewhere peaceful if I continue on hating our noisy neighbours 😁 it's really affecting me at the moment so as much as the financial squeeze of moving would hurt it might be necessary for my mental health
    - take DD on her first holiday maybe far North Queensland or tassie
    - be more frugal with my daily living!

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