What have you been wanting to change but haven't been able to? I am determined to stop wishing I could change some things and actually do it!
I am going to get my housework done mostly before the children go to school in the mornings so I don't sit around worrying about it all day.
I am going to have the courage to change the things that are changeable!
I am not going to take everything so personally.
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27-08-2013 07:14 #1
Positive change - what are you going to change?
27-08-2013 07:22 #2
I'm going to cut out junk food. No more!
I'm going to try to de clutter. We don't have a very big house and have more stuff than we need. Time to move some along.
I've already started to make a lot of the kids snacks rather than buying processed stuff, I'm going to do more of that
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27-08-2013 07:36 #3
I'm going to tell people when they're being rude and pull them up on their behavior.
Yesterday this lady fully blocked me while I was doing the groceries then proceeded on examining two celery stalks and took her sweet time, she knew I was there, with a trolley a toddler in the trolley and a big belly to boot... I stood there like an idiot for a few minutes and all I could muster was to say to DD 'well we have all day don't we love' pathetic and that was as she was leaving so I might not have even got my point across!
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27-08-2013 08:10 #4
I'm pretty happy with what I've managed to change over the past few years.
I've managed to declutter massively, let little things go rather than getting hung up on them, and get into the habit of preparing a lot more good food and buying less junk.
I'm working on:
-being more understanding with my partner
-eating better still
-spending less time staring at my laptop screen (doing well atm hey? :P)
erm...there were a couple more, but I can't think of them at the moment
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27-08-2013 08:12 #5
I am going to change my body! Bfing has seen me gain almost 20 kilos in 6 months, I am eternally hungry while feeding, so I'm cutting it back to look after me for a bit!
I feel like a slug, so this morning I started a repulsive tasting de-tox.. Hope it works.. Man it's foul!
I want to move to a smaller place soon, so I need to get my things in order. I love my 'things' though so I will have to buy more storage stuff.
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27-08-2013 08:15 #6
Lose weight and get healthy! Gotta stop making excuses and just do it!
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27-08-2013 08:23 #7
Try to think positively.
Get out of the house at least once a day!
Stop getting so overwhelmed of an evening; even with teenagers it seems that there's so much they need done, school activities, homework, work!
Keep on top of the damn washing!
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27-08-2013 08:26 #8Senior Member
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Keep ontop of every day life, so uni, work, house, etc.
Eat healthy and exercise (exercise will have to wait a little bit though).
I want to train my body to do what it's meant to physically be able to do, or as much as possible. I can't wait to start that next year.
Not procrastinate so much (she says while on Bh, eating a toasted and ignoring uni work...)
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27-08-2013 08:41 #9
I'm going to change my mindset from 'I'm going to try to breastfeed' to 'I'm going to be successful with breastfeeding'. I think this was my problem with dd, I allowed myself to be able to give up as soon as it wasn't working and I certainly want to last longer than 5 weeks with this bub.
27-08-2013 08:44 #10
Getting out of bed before 9... I'll start that one tomorrow though.
Being more patient with kids, DH.
Not sweatin' the small stuff.
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