• Charlotte Thorogood

My January intentions

No, not my resolutions. It turns out I can't keep them and then feel bad when I fail.

These intentions are what I intend to do but there'll be no guilt if I stumble into February having forgotten all about them!

I do not need to check my phone every 5 minutes

I mean I can pretty much guarantee I'm not someones lifeline, I won't be someone's 'phone a friend'. My phone is not going to break if I don't see the latest in everyone's 'Insta' life. In a nutshell, my phone does not need to be permanently attached to my right hand like Kim Kardashian.

I'm going to introduce a no phones at the dinner table rule. Purely for myself.

Wear all my clothes and shoes

I find clothes lurking at the back in my wardrobe and feel like I've been shopping. Seriously, you should try it. It's far cheaper than hitting the shops and gives even more of a buzz!

Cook one new thing each week

Isn't it fun when you stumble across a new recipe that works and makes it way to your bank of go-tos. Yes, it is in my world.

Don't lose my shit

We've got to make one unreachable one right? I've been known to throw my toys out the pram (yes, I know where Sophie gets it from) over absolutely ridiculous things. That pulled pork was perfectly edible and not worthy of almost being thrown on the floor. Tiredness is a killer so I feel in order for this one to work then I must NEVER get tired.

Do one thing at a time

I'm one of those whirlwinds that tries to do ten things at once and nothing gets done well. So. Give each thing your focus and I think we'll be on to a winner...

None of these are rocket science I know. But, it's good to have a little bit of goal setting to keep you on the straight and narrow, right?

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