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Did I stick to last years resolutions & What are my new year’s resolutions?

Hi,

Ordinary Fab Girl here, and I just want to start this post by saying happy new year to you all! So,

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

By the way, make sure you let me know your new year’s resolutions in the comment section down below.

Now let’s get on to the first part of this post.

My new year’s resolutions last year were:

  1. Get better at Spanish.
  2. Take better care of my hair.
  3. Make new friends.
  4. Be healthier. *
  5. Study more.

* I feel like this is on everyone’s list every year. 😂

Now let’s see if I stuck to them:

  1. Yeah, I think so. I have definetely improved a lot. You may have seen a couple of months ago, I did a post only in Spanish. And I have definitely improved since I did that post. By the way, if you want to see more of my Spanish posts, there is a category on my blog called Spanish.
  2. YES! DEFINITELY! I am now doing regular oil treatments, and using natural hair products.
  3. Mmmmmm, kinda yeah. So I have actually made 4 new friends (don’t worry though, I am still friends with my old friends).
  4. Mmmmmmmm. Lets skip this one LOL.
  5. Yeah, I think so. I have done pretty well at school this year.

My new year’s resolutions for 2022!

  1. Run a 10k race.
  2. Learn some more German and Mandarin.
  3. Give my geckos tank a makeover.
  4. Try and be more environmentally friendly (like using reusable sanitary towels).

So once again guys I hope you had a great Christmas and a happy new year!

Huge hugs,

Ordinary Fab Girl🤍

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2021-New Year-New Resolutions-New Me

Hi guys, this is the last day of 2020. 2020 has been a year hasn’t it. 2021 is not necessarily going to be off to a great start as I’m going back to online school due to the fact of rising COVID cases where I live. 2020 has changed me a lot. Before covid, I always took it for granted that I could go to the bookshop. That the news wouldn’t always be filled with how many people died. That I could see my cousins. It’s opened my eyes to what the world could be. The world I never wanted to know. The world where people who had so many years left to live, died because of this world. It’s not fair on them and it’s not fair on their families. It’s not fair on anyone.

My new years resolutions:

  1. Get better at Spanish.
  2. Try new hairstyles. (This one is a bit weird but I really want to try new hairstyles. I stick to hair down, hair in a plait or hair in a ponytail.)
  3. Try and put 2020 behind me and focus on 2021.

So what we all need to remember is 2021 is not about forgetting 2020. It’s not about forgetting all the people that died of Covid or all the people who lost their jobs because of it or any one who was affected by it. However it is about trying to make up for what was lost in 2020. 2020 will be a year we will remember for the rest of our lives.

Happy new year

Ordinary Fab Girl 🤍