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29th December 2006, 21:02

I thought I would wish everyone a happy new year slightly early as I might not be on the forum again until after New Year's Eve has happened.

I hope you all have a great New Year's Eve and I wish you all a Happy New Year.


So what are all your New Year resolutions? ;)

Stephen Coates
30th December 2006, 08:14
As usual I don't have any new years resolutions. I might think of something though.

30th December 2006, 09:18
Happy New Year guys! Thanks for 2006 - it has truly been great to see the progress and development of the new site and the new forum. :)

As for New Year resolutions, I'm afraid I don't have too many of them, but I will for sure try to eat a bit more healthy food during 2007. I have thought about buying a bicycle to get some exercise as well - instead of taking the bus to work or other places, I could use a bike instead. Well, time will show if that happens or not, but at least I have thought about it. ;)

Happy New Year! :Champagne2:

30th December 2006, 10:25
Happy new years eve, eve.
Haven't made any resolutions since I was fifteen.
Last one I made was to never make any more as they are pointless.
Have stuck to that one so far.

30th December 2006, 11:40
No new year's resolutions for me either. Just another year gone by. Happy New Year, everybody! :)

31st December 2006, 22:38
Well Happy New Year, and all a good 2007 (I suppose)

Though the city where I live isn't the biggest the people here launch quite a load of fireworks, actually they have been doing it the whole day so I am rather surprised they still have some left, and I have all confidence there is still plenty for January 1st.

Its a bit cold and a slightly strong wind so it is good that I can watch it all from the windows of my appartment.

The cat doesn't seem to suffer much from the fireworks, he even took a look to see what all the noise is about but it couldn't interest him much.
Those strange 'big cats' at it again.

1st January 2007, 17:15
Happy New Year everybody hope you all had a good night last night and hope this year is great for you all welcome to 2007.

My resolution this year is to give up smoking its a disgusting habit and my grandfather died as a result of his years of addiction so id be really happy if i could achieve this.

P G "I have thought about buying a bicycle to get some exercise as well"
Why not just buy a Wii believe me that boxing knackers you out mate its great for breaking a sweat.:thumbs:

1st January 2007, 18:41
Happy new year all!

We had a smalll gathering (party) at our flat and it was a great laugh.

Unfortunately this morning we noticed that our lovely wooden parquet flooring that we recently paid to have snaded and varnished got scratched to **** by one of our dozy mates wearing heels :(

I don't really make new years resolutions but I'm going to try and eat more fruit, and also to work hard when I'm at work, and relax properly when I'm not at work. Last year I spent a lot of time working at around 70% so things took longer to do. Now I'm going to try and get them done quicker and better, and not be lazy and hang things out.

2nd January 2007, 12:38
For my new year resolutions I want to get fitter again. I used to be quite fit, doing rowing and some weights every morning, but I got out of the habit and have recently been feeling a lot more tired and generally lethargic. From this week I'm getting back into the routine of doing exercise every morning and getting fit again.

The other is keeping things tidy. I generally like to keep everything quite tidy but I always seem to leave paperwork and clothes until I have a large pile and then have to spend a long time sorting them all out and filing the paperwork away or hanging up and re-ironing all the clothes again. I am determined to put everything away as soon as possible.

Oh and I also want to go out on my bike more this year too.