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  • What's Your New Year's Resolution?

    14 posts, 10 voices, 1464 views, started Dec 26, 2012

    Posted on Wednesday, December 26, 2012 by Wendy101




    • Aquamarine
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      One of my New Year’s Resolutions was to stop back in here and really commit to being a member of Fabulously40. I want to make new friends.. it’s not like myspace were kids are..or facebook were games are..nor linkedin were I have found people will say anything to make a connection with you. To me Fabuluosly40 and Beyond is about women empowering themself and I so want to commit to that here and now. So I’m starting my New Year’s Resolution early.. and 2013 will be a great year of meeting so many of you and connecting.

      Other resolutions I am making are:





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          Mich36 wrote Dec 26, 2012
        • Want to spend more time with my girls.



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          Wendy101 wrote Dec 27, 2012
        • I know what you mean. In a few years my oldest will be going off into the world getting her first apt. at least I hope it’s a few years. It’s going to be hard because we‘re all so close already yet there are times I feel like in a blink of an eye she could be my first to leave the nest and I want to bond more before that happens.



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          Mich36 wrote Dec 27, 2012
        • Funny you say that because my one is leaving next year to college.heartbreak and I am heart broken.



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          Wendy101 wrote Dec 27, 2012
        • How do parents go through this? Is there a book I should be reading getting myself ready for this? A check list? My girls don’t even like going away a whole weekend without talking to me, yet one day it will come and they won’t live with me anymore. I know I’m raising them right, everyone says they‘re mature and respectful so them heading out into the world isn’t a big fear it’s the missing them that’s going to hurt. I actually told my oldest the other day we need to be apart more.. get use to it a little at a time. She looked at me like ‘Mom are you really saying that!’ I told her seperation anxiety is going to be a big issue cause we all do everything together.



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          Lisa Middlesworth wrote Dec 27, 2012
        • I try not to make any resolutions because I never stick to them. My goal in the coming year is to have peace and joy in my heart, life and everything that I set out to do.



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          Mary Clark wrote Dec 27, 2012
        • My new year resolution is to stay healthy! I plan on running more this year and running in more races.  I also would like to maintain the non busy schedule that I’ve adopted since training for the marathon that I ran this past October.  I have finally learned to balance my weeks. And I’ve also learned to say “no” to people.  That’s it.  happy



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          Wendy101 wrote Dec 28, 2012
        • That’s great Mary Clark! Keep me posted on your races please I’d love to here all about it.



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          Tuliplady wrote Dec 28, 2012
        • I’ve been so busy these past weeks, I haven’t even thought about new years.

          I may adopt a New Year’s motto instead of resolutions.  Maybe something like:   “Work hard, play hard, love deeply and smile like I’m up to something.”



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          Denise Richardson wrote Dec 29, 2012
        • Not really into making resolutions, but I’ve promised myself that I’m making this year all about me.



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          Kar328 wrote Dec 29, 2012
        • Every New Year’s Eve I make a list of things I want to work on/accomplish in the coming year. If I get it done, great, if not, I decide if it’s worth moving to the new list. I then burn the old list and hang the new one up. Since I bought a home a few years ago, I’ve also been making a list of things to do for and to the house. Both hang on the back of my closet door so I can check them periodically. I’ve already been putting ideas on scrap paper.



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          Katemac wrote Jan 4, 2013
        • My new years reolution is to lose 15 pounds and to commit to the things I say I will do.  To focus on one thing at a time.



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          Wendy101 wrote Jan 17, 2013
        • That’s great Katemac! You can do it!



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          Marya1961 wrote Jan 18, 2013
        • My New Years resolution is to focus on keeping my brain and body healthy and stress-free, encouraging the best out of my family and to continue to be a loving, responsible human being.happy



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