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2016 New Years Resolutions!... lets hear 'em......

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Delegate more, REALLY start to retire (semi retire at least) to allow more me-time and more time to support my parents, goodness knows they are starting to need it - and my grand children (that WILL improve my sanity).

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I'm de-activating my Facebook account for all of 2016.... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

 

Can't wait! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

cheers, steve

 

Learn Spanish...full on vocabulary and try not working Saturdays & Sundays...pretty much that's it..probably missed out a 100 other things I should try and do but there the 2 stand out things.

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You went the entire year?

 

 

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Yeah not even a wine gum. It's gotten harder over the last couple months as the closer I get the more I can taste it!

 

Iv enjoyed it and learned a lot. Hopefully I won't do it again :lol:

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What was the idea of that treemoose? Ive seen alot do a month, but a year, whoa.

 

I turned 30 this year and it struck me that I have never had any substantial time off the booze. Also my second daughter was a few months old and I wanted to help my wife out as best I could. My business that's been going for a few years now is just getting a firm hold of being established and work keeps getting better and busier. And we bought our first proper house. Alcahol was just getting in the way. Feel more firm on my feet than ever now, keeping everything as balanced as I can. Time for a pint! :biggrin:

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I turned 30 this year and it struck me that I have never had any substantial time off the booze. Also my second daughter was a few months old and I wanted to help my wife out as best I could. My business that's been going for a few years now is just getting a firm hold of being established and work keeps getting better and busier. And we bought our first proper house. Alcahol was just getting in the way. Feel more firm on my feet than ever now, keeping everything as balanced as I can. Time for a pint! :biggrin:

 

 

That's a very good and responsible point of view John. Well done.

What you'll find in the future, as your business grows and your children become more irritating is that the alcohol will become an essential part of your PPE.

Top quality booze will then provide you with the performance to make further great decisions like buying a sports car lavish gadgets and gravitating towards other confident men who are also nurturing a mid life crisis.

👍🏼👍🏼

😂😂

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