Student - January 18, 2013

New Year's Resolutions

So, that special time is upon us again, a new year, a new beginning. A time dedicated to both reminiscing about the past year and wondering what the future few months hold.

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For some students New Year's is an exciting evening to get wasted and dance on the tables, for others it is a time to  be with close friends around a fire and for some it is a time to  exorcise all the sorrows of the past 12 months.
What a year 2012 has been for me. I made no resolutions and probably accomplished more than I have in any year before. I have been very lucky, meeting amazing people from around the world, accomplishing my propadeutic exam, getting a taste for travelling and even having my first experience in the Food Industry.
So 2013 is upon us, and as I saw in the New Year with close friends and a cup of tea, I couldn't help but wonder whether 2013 could possibly compare to its predecessor.
I made numerous resolutions, knowing darn well that if I completed one of them, it would be more than I ever did before. This year my resolutions have been less inclined towards succeeding as to surviving. My resolutions are as follows:

  1. Be less clumsy whilst working with e-coli - Hence preventing an inevitable Emma Epidemic.

  2. Avoid awkward situations with the police - Or, at least, convince them that I am not Sherlock Holmes' long lost granddaughter.

  3. Not to talk to repairmen about provocative knickers - Or at least learn to run faster.

  4.  Love my neighbour - Even if he is doing yoga in his underwear on my kitchen table.


It is a wonderful thing that my New Year's resolutions never succeed though... because life would be nowhere near as much fun if they did!

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