TL;DR The new year is a perfect opportunity to take stock and think about how things are going at work and what could do with having a little shake up. Do you find that you are constantly playing catch up, feel like you never quite know who has the day booked off and are just spending far too much time filling in bits of paper and not doing your actual job?
TL;DR Are you always the first in the office and the last to leave at the end of the day? Do you then go home and continue to reply to work emails? Do you spend your day dashing around getting a hundred and one things done, manically multi-tasking so you can reach the end of the day just for the same thing to happen tomorrow?
TL;DR So, Christmas is well and truly over and attention has turned to holidays and losing weight to fit into the swim wear for said holiday. Holiday ads are EVERYWHERE!! The pictures of beautiful people, on beautiful beaches, eating beautiful food are torturous... making us dissatisfied with our lot and manically save up for our fortnight in paradise, which often ends in sunburn and tummy bugs.
TL;DR Hands up - who sets themselves unrealistic New Year’s Resolutions every January and then by February feels deflated that they have already failed to stick? Correct, all of us. So, how can we turn setting New Year’s Resolutions into a positive worthwhile activity?