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Determination

A very warm welcome to my website and this post.

So we are at the beginning of another promising year - and here I am sitting alone, wondering what lies ahead. 

One thing I know for certain is that I am determined to do well in all areas of my life - and I wish my readers the very same. 

Apart from my sheer obstinance in areas which I dare to mention, I am so determined NOT to procrastinate. If memory serves me well, minimising procrastination was one of my goals for 2015. I hope that my mentor(she knows who she is) will agree with me that I've done really well in this aspect of my life. I have some way to go yet, so let's see how things go, but remember, I am DETERMINED

Why not join me in the journey of determination.

Let me know in the comment box below what you'd like to do away with this year or introduce/reintroduce into your life - and it needn't be a goal per se. 

Until next time, be good and keep smiling.

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