New Years Goals

  1.  Either drop advanced maths or apply myself. Please. I don’t want all of my English subjects suffering because I’m too busy having constant panic attacks about Maths. At the same time I don’t want to let my teachers down.
  2. Commit to a long term goal. I want to aim for something in my life and be passionate about it. I want to be able to work towards that goal.
  3. Calm down. The followers of my blog have no idea how frequent my panic attacks have been getting. Lately I’ve have them every day for two weeks. It’s tearing me apart and I feel so depressed I just couldn’t be bothered changing anything. I just feel so tired.
  4. Stop eating so much shit. Seriously. Today’s meals included:
    Breakfast: A coffee and a handful of lollies.
    Lunch: Another handful or lollies with pepsi.
    Dinner: A coffee frappe, chocolate sundae and a large fries from McDonald.
  5. Manage my money better. No split second decisions. 
  6. I want to achieve one thing everyday. It doesn’t matter what it is, just one thing. Something as simple as doing the washing or writing a blog. No sitting around doing nothing. 
  7. I want to focus on buying skirts, I really don’t have much.
  8. I want to read more. I also want to visit the library more often.
  9. I really want to be happy. It’s a lot harder said than done.
  10. I want to write more. Poetry, lyrics, little stories. I want to write for fun. I’ll even post it up on here.
  11. Complete my HSC and get into university.

Blog changes: (Preferably that will help some of these goals)

  •  Saturday posts will now include a writing/poetry section as to try and get myself writing for fun again. I miss it. Let there be angst!

I think that’s all, as for now. I don’t want to have too many things to work on, on this blog.

Best wishes,



  1. January 4, 2012 / 2:56 am

    Best of luck with everything!

    I'm so glad we are all here to support one another! 🙂

  2. January 4, 2012 / 4:18 am


    I agree, that's one of the many reasons I love this little community. :3

  3. Kitty Lovett
    January 4, 2012 / 4:30 am

    Love you, Sary. Hope you feel better soon, if you need some time away from things, you're welcome here anytime. <3

  4. Kayla Osiecki
    January 4, 2012 / 4:40 am

    These are some great goals. I hope you can achieve them!

  5. Maryam Qawiyy
    January 4, 2012 / 6:37 am

    Good goals. Some are just like mine, like going to the library and writing more.

  6. Amy Sheppard
    January 4, 2012 / 10:23 am

    Good luck with your goals 🙂 I really hope the panic attacks go away <3

  7. January 4, 2012 / 4:20 pm

    These are all good goals. Sometimes I think I take on too many advanced classes myself, but hey, I'm not doing that bad .. just barely hanging in there ..

    You should have a "hell yeah!" option for your DIY poll. Just saying ^_^

  8. Miss Eva Morgan
    January 4, 2012 / 6:41 pm

    About the panic attacks, I have a tiny advise and I hope I'm not overstepping.

    This worked for me and for most of my clients: less coffee to not at all.
    I know it's painful to hear, I'm a caffeine addict too. And I know it seems to go against the ''I'm tired all the time cause of the anxiety'' thing to take less coffee, but once your body adapts it will diminish your level of stress and hopefully reduce the numbers of panic attacks.

  9. gauldie
    January 4, 2012 / 10:17 pm

    About the panic attacks. I completely understand, I used get them everyday too for weeks, I once had one that lasted an hour and I collapsed I was finding so hard to breathe, I had a tiny break down, the thing is I'm now in control of them, all you need to to do is when you feel yourself getting one, go to a mirror and tell yourself to calm down. It's all psychological, right? So you can get in control of them. Trust me, it works, just don't let them get hold of you, I know it feels silly talking to yourself but just focus on your breathing and tell yourself to calm down, it's all in your head and you're fine. It works 🙂 and I'm sorry if I rambled on a bit there haha

  10. Miss Eva Morgan
    January 4, 2012 / 11:42 pm

    I have to disagree, chronic panic attacks can also be induce my a exterior stimulus, it's not something your mind just creates, calming the attack when it comes won't solve anything on the long run, the problem is much deeper. You need to find the source of your stress and cut it out of your lifestyle if possible or somewhat embrace it so that it don't make you feel so anxious when you don't have control over a situation.

    Also, leek soup. It solves every freaking thing. 😉

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