17 things I want to improve in 2017

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As I mentioned in a earlier post, I’m not massively thrilled about the saying: “New year, new me”. Why change something that’s not broken and has so many good things? In stead I wanna say “New year, better me” . I’ll make some positive changes and be the best me I can be, because a new me wouldn’t be me, would it? Therefore I thought I would share 17 things I will improve this year, here on the 17th day of 2017. Because if you really wanna do something you have to go for it!

  • Be more confident and believe in yourself.
  • Stop worrying so much. Especially about things that’s out of your control. Be happy. Smile! What’s not to be happy about? 🙂
  • Get up earlier, eat breakfast and make some me time before work.
  • Get fit and eat clean and healthy. Be nicer to my body and don’t poison it with junk all the time. Threat yourself once in a while though.
  • Cook food every day/every other day. Don’t let food go to waste.
  • Go on more holidays and visit home more often. This year I’m planing a trip to Skopelos/Mamma Mia Island, hopefully Iceland and a few weekend breakaways – not sure where to yet, but Rome, Paris and Stockholm is definitely some of the cities on my bucket list.
  • Try something new -in my wardrobe, food wise.
  • Stop drinking alcohol, or at least drink less. Drink more water as an alternative.
  • Stop messing up your room – I hate mess, but somehow that doesn’t show.
  • Stop impulse shopping.
  • Read at least 5 books this year. Not sure which ones, but definitely Papmaché-reglen by Hella Joof. Any suggestions ?
  • Blog more, but write content that makes sense.
  • Step out of your comfort zone and do stuff you never thought you would do. Do something that scares you.
  • Save money, fx. don’t buy coffee at the cafe when you can make it yourself.
  • Walk more. Why not when you can. Stop taking the tube.This one goes perfect with the saving money point as well.
  • Don’t use my phone so much, live in the moment instead of looking at a screen.
  • Learn something new.


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