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New Year’s Resolutions: check in

10 FEBRUARY 2020 - SARAH - HEALTH AND WELLBEING

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Back in December, I shared my New Year’s Resolutions for 2020 with you. We all know how difficult it can be to stick to your resolutions, so I thought I’d share with you how mine are going and how I want to keep sticking to them for the rest of the year. If you haven’t read about my resolutions, have a read.

CV ready

I’ve been wanting to get CV ready because it’s getting close to the time that I need to apply for jobs and think about my future after the University of Suffolk. It’s daunting to think about, but I’ve been looking at my CV and seeing what I can change to really make it stand out to an employer. I’ve also been using FutureMe to get myself career ready as well. It’s great for getting ready for interviews and applying for jobs.

Savings

I’ve been really trying to save up for a car for when I graduate, so I’ve started a savings plan for the year. So far, I’ve been sticking to it (mostly!) but I’m not being as strict with myself as I’d like to. Still, we’re only a couple of months into the year, so there’s still lots of time to improve.

Train for a run

I’ve been sticking to going to the gym, but I haven’t got a proper workout plan in place. I want to train for another 5k run and maybe more later in the year, but it’s good to start out small. I’m proud of myself for going to the gym a few times a week, but I need to challenge myself more if I’m going to go for a proper competitive run. Time to start being stricter with myself!

 

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