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New Year's Resolutions...

Hi guys,

Merry Christmas. I hope you all had a fabulous time! Although I didn't reach twelve followers that has not got me down heartened... I am launching my new follower campaign! 14 by February! If you are reading this remember to follow publicly and tell your friends. I want to expand our follower family.

Anyway, with a new year comes new people, challenges and goals: weather it's in running, fitness or general life. One of the main things that is on everyone's mind on the first is their resolutions. If you are struggling for inspiration, here are mine:

  • Post on time- Normally I'm good for posting (every Wednesday and Saturday) but sometimes I miss the deadline. In 2016 I want to stick to the schedule!
  • 5k in 28 minutes- Now this is probably unachievable, but this leads into my next goal of...
  • Believe in myself- I I never think positively and truly set my mind to something. I am never going to be able to do anything. If I just give up than I am not showing enough resilience (I sound exactly like a primary school teacher). 2016 is going to be my year!!
So, they were my resolutions. Remember if you fail at one, don't just give up. Don't think of it as starting on the first, think of it as ending on 31st of December. 

Thanks you for Reading
Runnerella
xx

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