Do you have any goals for 2018?

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[h=1]“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”[/h]
Albert Einstein

What are you going to do to keep moving?
 
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I should like to reboot my fitness programming to workout to my fitness dvds, and also, to attend Tai Chi classes hopefully, only I have snag feeling, that the fees in my care and community and where I also volunteer within the same location, centre, or organisations, within, are very costly, so I might not be able to get to do Tai Chi, we shall see.


Also, hopefully, I should like to think, I'll be able to resume volunteering - and this won't be now until April, late March, the weather at the moment is too dicy for that, and colder, and also wetter, I have to look after my couple of condiitons, sinuses, and also raynoulds.


These are my 2 goals, oh yep, I forget, I am hoping for a qualified volunteer befriender via offline, as well, remians to be seen via the waiting list, if I'll receive one, adjucatedly run, by my own day centre organisation services who provide befriending.


I do wish everyone, a very happy, healthily and also hopefully generally as well a peaceful 2018. I am just seriously hoping that as predictors are claiming that Brexit, won't actually happen...
 
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Nice post Burt.

Goals for 2018:

To get a permanent full-time job.
Maintain my physical fitness.
Move house.
Get my sleep problems resolved, if not, improved.
Once my sleep problems have resolved, to consider study of some sort again.
To make an effort to be more sociable! (One of the symptoms of Schiz is isolation)

What's yours Burt?
 
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My goals:

1. Get physically fit for the summer, by going walking regularly.
2. Get a part-time job or a voluntary job in the IT field.
3. Work on my recovery with the doc.
4. Ramp up my personal study for my career.
5. Be in a position in late summer to apply for full-time jobs.

No 5 is the most wishy, but yeah I want to jump the benefits ship before they get nasty.
 
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Goals for 2018

1. Not to take things personally and let things go, not dwell on things.
2. Not to talk about political things to my support staff and house mates.
3. Get my new allotment ready for spring.
4. Save roughly £200 a month
5. Eat healthy, veg from allotment.
6. Continue walking 5-10 miles a day.
 
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Great quote, Burt!! and a little poke at you...I loved your writing.

I have to do behavior modification in baby steps.
I have been easily keeping up with my dishes for at least a couple of months now.
I am going to add decluttering in the house for at least 15 minutes a day.
Work the flylady program as much as I am able.
Get dentures.
 
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1. stop smoking
2. diet
3. forgive myself for not doing 1 and 2
 
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1. To be debt free by summer.
2. Travel, I want to visit California and maybe take a tour of Europe / UK
3. Buy a car.
4. Build a nice AR-15 type rifle for hunting next fall.
5. Lose weight.
6. Stop smoking.
7. Stop drinking.
8. Get my high blood pressure in check.
9. Get the suicide awareness tattoo on my wrist.
10. Cook more, and eat less junk food.
 
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To raise enough funds to sue a massive band for intelectual property theft. Then to find a lawyer who will take on my case in exchange for a cut of the royalties which is conservatively £400 million on just one album alone.
 
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To raise enough funds to sue a massive band for intelectual property theft. Then to find a lawyer who will take on my case in exchange for a cut of the royalties which is conservatively £400 million on just one album alone.
Can't you get a no win no fee thing? Saying that I guess it would cost you a lot more if you won than if you paid them to begin with.
 
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Can't you get a no win no fee thing? Saying that I guess it would cost you a lot more if you won than if you paid them to begin with.
Yeah, a no win, no fee lawyer. To take the case would be good.
 
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I'm planing on finding my all American southern backwoods shotgun rider cutie gal with a fat ass :loveshower: in 2018 its gonna be hard in London UK
 
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1. To be debt free by summer.
2. Travel, I want to visit California and maybe take a tour of Europe / UK
3. Buy a car.
4. Build a nice AR-15 type rifle for hunting next fall.
5. Lose weight.
6. Stop smoking.
7. Stop drinking.
8. Get my high blood pressure in check.
9. Get the suicide awareness tattoo on my wrist.
10. Cook more, and eat less junk food.
Wow little did I know that I would be working on number 8 as early. My social worker took me to the Dept of labor to get a wage inquiry statement, necessary to prove to the free clinic that I have no income. We went by the clinic but as it turns out you have to be there at 8:30 in the morning to get registered.
 
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Try to start exercising and find a husband to spend the rest of this life with.
 
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gain more financial independence, by being resourceful and focusing on my needs
 
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Yeah, a no win, no fee lawyer. To take the case would be good.
Check the fee first though.

It might be 90%, and if you win, you'll only get 10%


No win no fee lawyers tend to go for things that they think they will win. So if you get more than one offering to take the case, it's most likely they think that you WILL win. Hence go for smallest fee.

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As for 2018, nothing.
 
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Check the fee first though.

It might be 90%, and if you win, you'll only get 10%


No win no fee lawyers tend to go for things that they think they will win. So if you get more than one offering to take the case, it's most likely they think that you WILL win. Hence go for smallest fee.

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As for 2018, nothing.
Its common sense of course those no win no fees lawyers tend to go for things that they think they will win. Its business hence all the false advertising like many other things.

Never buy anything thats advertised whether that be a product or service.

My goals for this year is to apply for my new Irish passport seeing that I'm entitled to one because I'm half Irish and find either an Irish woman or an American woman, clean out the junk in my flat and sell my hoards of stuff I collected and keep my flat minimal and move on living happily ever after with my American or Irish woman.

Well its easier said than done lol
 
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As you know I want to convert an old bus into an RV. I still intend to do so but I think first and foremost I want to take my tour of Europe that I started planning about 6 years ago. My goal is to travel to EU and the UK by mid summer.
 
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