It’s the start of another year, and for many this means it’s time to set some new years resolutions.
2018 will actually be the first year that I can remember in which I won’t be setting any new years resolutions.
You may wonder why that is so I’ll tell you.
Quite simply, I’ve reached a point in my life where I’m happy.
2017 saw me achieving many goals that I never thought I’d be able to achieve. I’ve lost two stone, I’ve run a half marathon, I’m self-employed which means I can set my own working hours. Yes, all in all, 2017 was a pretty good year.
As such I have no resolutions to set.
Instead I’m just going to keep going as I have been.
I’ll keep on running, and raising money for charity through my runs.
I’ll maintain my weight loss and continue to work hard.
I already have a few things lined up this year in terms of running.
This month I’m taking part in R.E.D January. (Run Every Day in January). This is for the mental health charity, MIND. I’ve never run every day before, but it’s a challenge I’m very much looking forward to. If you’d like to sponsor me for R.E.D January, you can find my Just Giving page online here.
I’ve also signed up for a 1,000km challenge. This will see me running as much as I can in 2018 to achieve the goal of running of 1,000km in 2018.
I’ve also signed up for the St Davids Run in March which is 10k and for my second half marathon, the Cardiff Half Marathon. If you’d like to sponsor me for this, you can find my Just Giving Page online here.
We also have a family holiday booked to Disneyland Paris which we’re all very excited about. So yes, 2018 is going to be pretty good!
Will you be setting any new years resolutions this year? I’d love to hear from you.