I'll be honest, they're a bit of a mess at the moment, I'd really like to 'trim the fat' off and cut out any unnecessary expenditure. I guess that means ditching the husband...he costs more than the children!
2. Do more structured activities.
With Moo having longer hours at nursery as of next week, I really want to make productive use of my time on weekdays; to get the most out of the hours I have with and without her. I'll be making a chart. Yes, you read that correctly, a chart. I'm that obsessive over organisation.
3. Make new friends.
I have old friends and mummy friends...I'd like to make more friends with children Bear's age.
4. Return to work.
Unfortunately, it's got to be done. I'd better man-up about it.
5. Blog more original content.
I like my random waffling and while I love discovering new things, what makes my blog unique is me, not the (very lovely) brands I work with.
When Bear got poorly, our routine went sailing through the window. Time to claw it back!
7. De-clutter life.
Seriously, when did my house become akin to a dump? It's full of stuff, I can barely move. Clear room, clear mind as my husband says (before hypocritically leaving a wet towel in the middle io the dining room)!
8. Lose weight.
Well I had a baby three and a half months ago and have celebrated a lot of things since. I was thinner the day after I had him than I am now. Too much cake, not enough exercise!
9. Put more effort in.
Same as the routine, once Bear got poorly, I stopped putting effort into my every-day appearance. I keep leaving the house without make-up and my hair in a top knot. It's not a great look...
10. Start decorating.
All three bedrooms need it.
11. Work on Moo's phonics, letters and reading.
One morning a week will be dedicated to developing Moo's reading skills.
12. Network more.
I used to do a lot of this for our family-run business and I need to get back in to it if I ever want to own my own home!
13. Take a city break.
One that doesn't feature a concert. Or is in Leeds.
14. Have more fun, worry less.