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    Default What are your plans for 2012?

    1. Fix the fence.
    2. Build a nice vege garden, herbs included, fruit trees too.
    3. Finish painting the house.
    4. Find a new, permanent job with 33 hours per week.
    5. Do up my dd's bedroom with new bed.

    That's as far as I have thought so far.

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    Study
    Make RL friends
    Move house (again)
    Get married

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    Birth a healthy baby
    Start and finish our bathroom reno
    Put a front fence up
    Do something wonderful
    Help a stranger every week

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    Make some RL Friends also (just moved to queensland 9 weeks ago)
    Have another baby
    Deepen my relationship with my hubby as we've been married 11.5 years and some of those have been difficult ones!

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    get a ft job and tell centrelink where to shove it
    hopefully get accepted into this course
    get this garden sorted out
    get back into regular housework
    acquire the rest of the stuff i need to complete my house. not much to go now.
    turn 25. that's a scary number.

    eta: might also see what i can do about getting a friend with benefits lol

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    finish final year of Uni

    enjoy each moment an treasure moments more

    work the jobs I love such as my nannying and childcare jobs

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    - have a baby, hopefully home birth
    - finish light interior renovation (painting, window dressings, floors)
    - lose weight by restricting pregnancy gain
    - make some more friends and regular social outings for my extremely introverted and socially anxious 3yo son

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    -Birth a healthy dd
    -Help my gorgeous ds adjust to being a sibling and sharing his mum and dad
    -Start the process of egg donation for my friend once I finish bf'ing
    -Have all my students complete their last year of study
    -Work from home as much as possible to help dh with the mortgage
    -Cut my therapy work back to 1 afternoon/evening per week
    -Start my journey to achieving my best life
    -Help my ds learn to read and write
    -Take time to appreciate my dh

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    1 to lose around 15kg between now and April

    2 after April ttc

    3 save enough money for new car and Xmas holiday

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    1. Start my family, either having a bubs or being UTD by the end of 2012..
    2. Lose that last 5kgs!! Although that will be mute if I get UTD!!!
    3. Work my butt off to get my promotion early..
    4. Try to make some more me time, and spoil myself a little bit more..
    5. Finish my chicken coop and vegie garden.. It's only taken 3 years lol..

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