Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017.

kakaotalk_photo_2016-12-29-17-04-27_78This year has gone so quickly. I feel like I say that every year.

Looking back on 2016 I realise just how many different things that I have experienced. Some good, and some bad.

When a year goes as quickly as this year has, it makes me realise just how important it is to do what you love, always! Life is too short to do something that you hate. Or be surrounded by people or situations that make you uncomfortable.

So with that all being said. I want to make some big changes to myself, my life and the way that I think when 2017 comes around.

Every year I make new years resolutions. I think it’s important to set goals, I think that it allows for self- improvement. Which I always think is important. 

These are the resolutions I plan on setting for the New Year. Hopefully I will be able to stick to at least five of them. 

  1. Be more self-confident.
  2. Appreciate my friends and family more.
  3. Be confident in the things that I want and just go for it!
  4. Make more film content.
  5. Blog more.
  6. Exercise more regularly.
  7. Move back to South Korea.
  8. Take TOPIK test.
  9. Learn how to cook more types of food.
  10. Stand up for what I believe in.
  11. Attend blogging events.
  12. Build blog following.
  13. Start a YouTube Channel.
  14. Do more of what I love.

So that’s it. 🙂

What resolutions will you be making for next year?


P.S. Thank you to everyone who has made 2016 great for me~~~ 💕


20 thoughts on “Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017.

  1. Some of my resolutions are the same as yours- exercise more, blog more, be more confident in myself. I also plan to eat healthier, improve my embroidery skills (perhaps embellishing a jacket with a large piece of embroidery), pay off my credit cards, spend lots of time playing with my new baby (especially when I return to work), upcycle and reuse items where possible and to waste less food. Best of luck with your resolutions!! Let us know how you get on. Gen H x


  2. Resolutions are cute and can be a start up, but if you really are seeking for some serious changes, it is better to set clear goals. Set goals, for each goal set a specific action plan. Make alist how to achieve what exactly you want and don’t forget to set timing. As well as some check ups.

    Wish you all the best,

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    1. I agree. In order to stick to mine, I actually start working on them before new year. I find that, if I set a set date to start them, I never actually complete them. The list is solely for reference. 🙂
      Making a list of how to achieve I think is a fantastic idea too! 🙂
      I hope that you have a lovely New Year. Thank you for commenting. 🙂
      – Hannah

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  3. Great resolutions. Mine are to continue writing, get out more and make more friends, towards the end of the year if ready get a part time job with my bipolar and diabetes finally stable and fine after 3 years of struggles i believe i deserve time to enjoy myself work on my writing, maybe look for a gf. 2016 was a tough year i need 2017 to be a fun year where i keep taking steps forward

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