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New Year’s Resolutions 2020

11 DECEMBER 2019 - SARAH - STUDENT LIFE

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It doesn’t seem like all that long ago when I made my New Year’s Resolutions for 2019. Who would have thought the year would go by in such a flash! Now, it’s time for me to think of some New Year’s Resolutions for 2020 and what I’d like to achieve over the next year.

With it being my final year at uni, it’s quite important for me to start thinking more seriously about my future and where I’d like to go, so this year, I’m basing my resolutions around that theme, with a couple more thrown in for fun.

 

Get myself CV ready

It’s a bit scary to think that in a matter of months, I’ll have to start looking for jobs and attend interviews. My CV isn’t terrible, but I’ve got to do a bit of work on it to make it ready for job applications so that I’ve got something for when I graduate. It’s going to be a really exciting time as I get ready for graduation and moving forward in life, so I’m really looking forward to that in 2020.

Start a proper savings plan

Savings is one of my struggles in life. I’m a real impulse buyer, dipping into my savings when it’s not really an emergency. So as 2020 begins, I’m going to be a lot stricter with myself; giving myself a weekly allowance and saving a certain amount each month. I’ve still got my eyes on getting a car soon, so we’ll find out if that’s going to be possible in a few months.

Train for a proper charity run

I did an inflatable 5k run back in October (it was so cold, but so much fun!). It made me think that I wouldn’t mind doing some more runs, provided they were fun ones. I don’t really fancy doing a marathon but give me a colour run and I’ll be there! Most of you already know that I’ve been back at the gym for the past few months, but I’m going to start training more seriously for a run. But I’ll only be doing that when the weather warms up, so I’ve got plenty of time!

 

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