It’s that time again when we all make resolutions for the year ahead. Here’s what the EC team wants to make happen in 2013, we’re all feeling pretty positive…
Eryl – Completing the Rome marathon with a dodgy knee is one of my goals for 2013 as for resolutions, drinking less tea!
Zara – Build on great success of Equinox in 2013 – make it best ever year yet again. Personal goals – teach my daughter to read, swim and be polite! Continue to explore Wales in 2013 and visit Corsica and walk the GR20 route.
Becky – To sort through my jam-packed wardrobe. I plan to be ruthless – will be getting rid of anything that hasn’t seen the light of day since last New Year!
Helen – To travel to new and exciting places – the first on the list being Boston, and to hopefully get on the property ladder.
Louise – The usual ones I never stick to – eat less, drink less, more exercise… therefore my true resolution is to stick to my goals! And, not so much of a new year’s resolution, but an on-going one – to visit more and more places.
Kate – I’m determined to learn to ride a bike (I know, ridiculous I can’ t already), I want to visit friends who live in different cities more often and I’m keen to do some volunteer work either abroad or closer to home, open to suggestions.
Elinor – My New Year’s resolutions usually consist of trying to do less – eat less, drink less, spend less money but this year, I’m going to look at it as attempting to do more – save more money, exercise more, explore more new places and see more of old friends.
Tristan – 2012 taught me how important it is to have good friends around you so in 2013 I plan on visiting close friends more often and getting back in touch with old friends (wherever they are in the world!)
Mike – To put my new squash racquet to good use! I can get quite competitive, so won’t be happy till I win the local league! If there any challengers out there to get in touch…
Catrin – I’m planning on making 2013 a year of firsts, starting with a skiing trip.
Here’s to a very happy New Year, we think 13 is going to be a lucky one.