My 19 for 2019 list

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Happy 2019!!! You probably have noticed it already but I took a couple of days off to spend New Year with my family in Brazil and get some much-needed rest to start the new year. I really enjoyed the hot weather ( it’s high summer in Brazil), the fresh coconut water in the morning and the swimming pool visits with Gabriel…. Aaaargh, so many perfect moments!!!

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Anyways, I’m not the kind of new years resolutions girl but I do love making lists as a reminder of the things I want to change or do. So these are my 19 goals for 2019:

  1. Get more quality sleep, which means: sleeping with my phone in another room and buying an alarm clock to put next to my bed
  2. Start Pilates ( does anyone have a good address in Antwerp for it?)
  3. Read at least 10 books this year ( suggestions are always welcome!)
  4. Doing Squats every day
  5. Getting more structure in my day so I can manage my time more effectively - perhaps I should work with a planner?
  6. Print more photo’s and put them in a physical book.
  7. Get a big mirror for my living room
  8. Continue learning Portuguese
  9. Sort out my dressing and make more space in my closet
  10. Travel to an exotic beach destination with Gabriel and Marcio
  11. Dedicate more time for my friends and family
  12. Cook more vegetarian
  13. Deal with the clothing items I want to donate for good causes
  14. Give a make over on the kitchen ( this is already on my list since 2 years but this year I really want to make it happen!!!)
  15. Do one thing at the time ( and stop multitasking!)
  16. Go to bed in time ( which means 10.30PM for me)
  17. Go through all my digital photo’s and finally start that gallery wall for the hall ( it’s also already on my list since 2 years!)
  18. Treat myself to more facials ( and finally get a facial roller)
  19. Create a better work- life balance

 

Do you have a 19 for 2019 list? I’d love to hear your targets on your list! Please share :)

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I can recommend Deliciously Ella's latest cookbook for vegan meals - it is so great, packed with easy and yummy receipes.
As for books I really loved: fates ands furies by Lauren Groff it was on Obama's favourite book list one year. I always turn to him if I need a good read ;-)

I once sat next to a guy, at work, who always wore the same shirt and pants. People teased him. I became a friend of his at work and he asked me if he should just come out and tell the other workers that he was not good at picking out clothes, so he would buy 4 or 5 sets of the same thing. I said sure or I will mention it to them. He said that would be very nice of me. A few days later he was not at work and I mentioned the clothing thing to the 'group'. They understood. Matter of fact, one other guy said he always takes his sister out with him to buy his clothes because he just doesn't know how to match things. Unfortunately, I didn't see my work neighbor at work for 2 weeks. I tried to email him and nothing. I finally looked up his brother and found out he had killed himself. The majority of the people at work were so sorry that they had teased him. Who knows what was his reason for killing himself. Be nice to people, you never know the real story. https://www.britishcourseworkhelp.co.uk