How was your New Year’s Eve?
I saw a great little project someone did in Bruges during New Year’s Eve. It’s the story of a lonely little yellow ball and how he celebrates the end of one year and the beginning of the next.
You can watch it here, it’s only 4 minutes long.
At 2:23 you can see what mine looked like..
My husband is sound technician and every year there’s a sort of karaoke on one of the big squares in Bruges. 17.000 people came together to sing 36 songs. I don’t normally go but since our daughter could stay with my mother, I decided to join him. He still had to work though, but I was welcome to join the light technician on stage (I have known all of them for years now so they don’t mind).
It was fun but very, very cold 🙂
And now it’s suddenly 2015.
I don’t normally make New Year’s resolutions but I really wanted to this year.
Personally I wanted to lose some weight but since we’re planning on making another baby, I changed the resolution to being more healthy. If I happen to lose weight than that’s a nice bonus but I don’t want to work my ass of just to be pregnant and lose my figure once again.. does that make sense? Well, it does for me 😉
I also want to find a way to do more with my time. Lately, I’ve been feeling like time is flying by and I’m not actually doing anything worth mentioning. I want to accomplish things, I want to be proud of myself and I want to give other people a reason to be proud of me.
Professionally I want to gain more experience as a management assistant/personal assistant/HR and Office manager. Because that’s what I want to do as a main job. I also want to start writing again, finish a first chapter and synopsis. I’ve always wanted to write and I’ve got some really good ideas (or at least I think I do) so all I need to do is get to work and write down those ideas, send them to a publisher and keep my fingers crossed that they’ll like it and let my write the rest.
When it comes to bookish resolutions I saw this list on the Popsugar website and I think there are some really interesting suggestions.
Do you have any resolutions? Personal or bookish..
I just think it’s important to not be too hard on yourself. It’s already a great thing that you took the time to think about what you could do to improve your year/life.