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2013 - Start As You Mean To Go On
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2013 - Start As You Mean To Go On

2013 - Start As You Mean To Go On

Good Morning Ladies and Gents!

My first blog post of 2013! It has been a while coming , but I assure you I have a good excuse – honest.

So the last month or so has easily been the busiest and most stressful of my life so far; and that’s not even including the everyday things such as full-time work, or my Ankylosing Spondylitis.

To start with, the EndlessTrax family moved house! Relocating some 90 miles away from our previous residence. It was quite a big move. You never realise just how much crap you have until you start boxing it up do you? Despite some initial teething problems – like not having any heating for 4 days – we are now settled in, with just a few more boxes to unpack.

For those of you that follow me on twitter, you will know that while all that was happening, I was also spending every other free waking minute finishing off a Dissertation for my post-grad study. Thankfully that is now complete, and has been submitted.

So life can now resume normal service.

So who set New Years resolutions this year? I didn’t. Instead I decided to set my self a few goals to achieve by the end of the year. Some of which are personal, so of which are not. I’m sure I’ll be sharing them with you at some point soon.

As this is the first post of the year I’d like to hear from you all, tell me what you’ve been up to over the last few weeks? Where did you celebrate the New Year? What are your resolutions? And have you stuck to them!?

And… just in case you missed any of them, here are your top five favourite posts of 2012. Enjoy!

  1. Chronic Ambition – January 2012
  2. Guest Post: “A picture tells a thousand words” by Jennifer Dye Visscher – February 2012
  3. You can win the Battle, but can you win the War? – April 2012
  4.  Grieving For Your Diagnosis – March 2012
  5. World AS Day 2012: Defining Awareness is Literally Awesome! – May 2012