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In January 2005 Blog 7 was a blog about resolutions.
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In January 2005 Blog 7 was a blog about resolutions.[…]

This month I resolved to abolish a tube station.
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This month I resolved to abolish a tube station. Tooting Broadway, you are dead to me. Well, almost dead. Ailing, maybe.
The idea was to walk a bit more, combined with a general tendency to eat a bit less. From that point of view, it’s been a g[…]

the upside of scientific january dieting
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the upside of scientific january dieting[…]

Resolved
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Post more often again, the holidays were full, this past month has been full, but there are various nice new developments in life in general for me as well as oodles of new music etc. Still wish I could do eight things at once, though.[…]

Resolved: Visit one new (to me) football ground a month
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Resolved: Visit one new (to me) football ground a month
January:
Teams: Leyton FC vs Wealdstone
League: Ryman Premier
Entry Price: ‘8
Programme: ‘1.50
Stadium Architecture: Won’t trouble the Stirling Judges
Leyton FC claims […]

springcleanin update update
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springcleanin update update:
it seems a pity as some of them had excellent labels etc – a box of chinese prawn cracker mix, various hot cajun sauces – but i cleared out my shelf of jams, chutneys, preserves, pickles etc, being v.strict a[…]

SECRET RESOLUTION REVEALED
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SECRET RESOLUTION REVEALED
Okay, here is one of my benign, pointless resolutions revealed.
I have been sleeping the other way round in my bed since Jan 1st. Apparently a change is as good as a rest, and since I have been resting as well as making the[…]

The Biggest Enemy To Resolutions
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The Biggest Enemy To Resolutions
Okay, I said I was anti New Years resolutions the other day. I did not really mean it. I suppose I am anti-breaking them (which unfortunately I have done with the break wind one). I guess my position can be modified t[…]

Utterly Resolute
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Utterly Resolute
I don’t care how cold that cold day in hell might be, but nothing I’d rather freeze than wear one of these. I have resolved to never, ever, ever buy one for anyone I know. There is great harm in it, and it most certainly […]

(Personal) Development Hell
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(Personal) Development Hell
Today I am on a training course, and where there is training you know SMART objectives won’t be far behind. These suited and booted cousins of the New Year Resolution may be more effective but they’re a tenth a[…]

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