Thursday, 31 December 2015

Happy New Year

Happy new year to all my dear friends.

I hope you have a fun evening and a healthy, happy and prosperous new year.

Our New Years Eve will be spent playing games with the children and watching the fireworks on the tele at midnight (although we may be in bed watching them, I'm tired already).

Today, I treated myself with some Christmas money to a pair of half price boots. They are furry and warm so should the cold weather arrive I should now be fully prepared. And at £15.00 I couldn't really go wrong!

In the forthcoming year I would like to :-
Lose some weight
Become a bit fitter
Save regularly each month also linked with reduce our spending
Monitor everything that goes in and out of our accounts and where it goes
Relax more
Finally but possibly my favourite have as much fun time with the children as possible (they are growing up quickly and I don't want to miss out)
Pop and see my dear dad (and mum) as often as I can

Have fun and take care xx


  1. Happy New Year, Dear Tara! To your family from mine... XOXOXOXO

    I'll probably be asleep when midnight comes to Florida, I had quite a short night last night. We never do anything, New Year's just isn't a big deal (or even a little deal) for us. It's a non-event. Sometimes we watch the ball drop on Time Square on TV but we find the presenters and entertainers way too obnoxious to actually watch the show. Yeah, bag humbug, right? lol.

    I wish you healthy, happiness, and much frugal success in 2016!

    1. Thank you my dear friend Nathalie, Happy New Year to your family from mine too xxxx
      Getting to know you in 2015 is one of the few things that I am grateful for.
      Ha ha we are such party animals aren't we.
      I wish you health happiness and lots' of frugalism in 2016.
      Lots of love sent to you and your family xxx

  2. All good goals for the new year. I feel the need to get a laser focus on things around my house. Menu plans, money and my health to name a few. I'm glad to see you are back and blogging. Hope you are feeling better every day.

    You'll never regret time spent with your mom and dad. My dad was on Hospice last year and I made extra trips up to see him in Oregon and just hang out. Lost him in Sept. I talk to my mom by phone every other day and miss her so much but she's coming to visit soon and I'll go up to Oregon a few months after that. Spend the time with them and your kids and husband and you'll never go wrong. Blessings to you and yours!