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    1) Stick to a budget
    2) Get down to my goal weight and body fat % and enquire about a tummy tuck and arm lift
    3) de-clutter the house

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    That used to be me too!! I'm trying so hard to stick to a budget this year and money from selling second hand doesn't count so I will spend it on whatever I want so trying to make the most of it. You should get $50-$120 for a review dress with tags
    Thanks! I just listed it for $50 maybe that will inspire me to sell some other things too!

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    With kids cloths you could try Gumtree. ..otherwise offer to friends or give to Life Line they are a great charity and help people with depression.

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    Or local BSS. I've seen loads of posts where people will group things into sizes and say like $50 for the bag of size 1 and then they get everything that's in the bag. No splitting the bag up (unless you want to)

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    Our joint resolution is to declutter. We will be forced to do so before April/May, so feel like we should start now. Except DH is on holidays, I've had the last 3 days off and we haven't even made a start haha. Maybe next week... except we'll be at the tennis... hmm...

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    To kick my iPhone addiction

    To get into shape

    Get a new job

    Learn to let things go

    Get my depression and anxiety properly sorted once and for all

    Try and forgive SIL for her behaviour over the last year and especially the last few days.

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    Continue to lose weight. Same every year
    Get back into journalling more often
    Read more. Netflix less
    Enjoy my children more
    Be more present
    Be more organised with housework
    Reduce credit card debt
    Reduce spending
    Wean DS lol


 

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