Thursday, 31 December 2009

Happy New Year.....

Well another year is over.....did you achieve everything you wanted in 2009??

It's hard to believe the Millennium was 10 years ago! I went out for the last time & felt very old, what did you do??

Today I've been thinking about the past year...... I've read my post from last year & my new years job's list (which I haven't competed) ..... Does anyone else feel like a hamster in a wheel? As from tomorrow the new year starts & we do it all again....... I don't do New Years resolutions but I would like to change a few things in my life for 2010. What about you??

Here to the next year..... lets hope it's a good one :)


  1. Happy New Year Josie, hope it's a good one for you.
    I don't do NY resolutions but I am going to set myself some challenges for 2010!
    Beki xxx

  2. Hi Josie, I'm new to your blog and just wanted to say hi. I am hoping for a positive year, a bit more excercise, lots of reading and special time with each of my children and Mark. I'm hoping for no bush fires, for less violence in our cities and more compassion for all. I hope your 2010 is wonderful and that the changes you hope for work out xo

  3. A very happy new year Joe!
    Yep,I feel like a hamster on a wheel too...Totnes, Exeter,Topsham, Ashburton and then all over again...sometimes I think I am very boring!
    Hope 2010 is a good one for you!

  4. Hi Joe - Happy New Year!
    I know what you mean about the hamster in a wheel - I'm dreading normality next week, but look forward to getting stuck into new projects!

  5. Happy New Year Joe, Yes i do feel like a hamster in a wheel. Sometimes it feels like it's nothing but work,home,sleep,work,home,sleep. The two weeks I feel I have managed to step of it and I like it.
    As for 10 years ago, my life was in a mess then and at least I have picked myself and got back on track.
    Like you I have a list of things to do and ideas. Last year I managed about half of them and addding a few more.x

  6. Happy New Year Josie. Hope 2010 is a good one for you. I can't believe the Millenium was 10 years ago - I was single, and celebrated it in London. In the last 10 years I've got married, moved several times and had two kids. Pretty eventful decade one way or another!!

  7. Happy New Year to you Josie. Yes, I gave up making resolutions years ago - just like I gave up making "to do" lists!! Ok, so the lists may have crept back in, but I still add more things on to the bottom than I cross off the top!!

    Hope the coming year brings you health & happiness!

    Willow xx

  8. Happy New Year Joe!

    Well as you said 2010 for me is going to be great as I'll be in my own home but does mean all my excuses about not being able to do crafts and things as I didn't have the room isn't valid any more - the pressure is on! LOL!

    Victoria xx

  9. Hi Joe,

    Happy New Year to you too!

    Try and just do one thing at a time, that's what I am promising myself this year and also make my plans and list realistic!

    Vanessa x

  10. Happy New Year to you too Josie, thanks for stopping by my Blog today, I thought that due to my awful lack of blogging lately people may have forgotten all about me!! It is a nice feeling to think that it is out with the old and in with the new, as long as there are good things in store for us all that is!!! Take Care Andrea x

  11. Happy new year! love to you. suzie. xxx

  12. Happy New Year Joe!!!
    My only resolution is to live for the day!!! I think that pretty much covers it!!
    2010 is going to be great for all of us :)
    Oh and one more resolution... Lets make sure we meet up again :)

  13. Happy New Year Joe, I can't believe it's 10 years since the millenium celebrations, seems like 5 minutes.Time seems to go so much faster the older you get.
    Ann x

  14. Happy New year! I know just what you mean about the ole hamster wheel!!! Lizzie

  15. Happy NY.....

    I'm thinking I might learn to drive!xxxx

  16. Happy New year, Joe!
    Hen x