November Goals

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I love November. It’s the month of Bonfire Night, my birthday and the Coco Cola Christmas advert! Before I start talking about my goals for this month, if you haven’t read this post from last week which explains why and how I’ve moved to Yorkshire this week, I would go there first. Everyone caught up? Ok good, lets start!

Goals for November

Most of my goals this month are going to revolve around settling down and making roots in my new city. Moving away on your own is always a bit scary (although its the second time I’ve done it now!) so I think its important to try new things and get to know people as soon as possible.

  • Explore my new city and get settled in: I’m starting my new job next week so I have a few days to explore and settle in first.
  • Book a yoga class: My housemate/landlady gave me a leaflet for a yoga studio. She has been before and enjoyed it and kindly thought it might be a good place for me to meet new people. I have had a few yoga sessions in the past and I’m keen to start up again!
  • Join another exercise class: This is another part of “Operation meet new people and do new things” I discovered an exercise class where adults play playground games such as dodgeball, british bulldog and capture the flag in a local park, then go to the pub after. I’m liking the sound of that!
  • Meal prep: I’ve been trying out some recipes and having a go at mini meal preps during October (I’ll be posting about that soon!) Now that I’ve moved away and I’m going to be working long hours I want to get into meal prep properly!

I’m making that do for this month, its going to be a big one! What are your goals for November? Let me know below =)

Take care,

Hayley x

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8 Replies to “November Goals”

  1. Some great goals here, it can be daunting to move to a new place where you don’t know anyone! But exercise and yoga classes are a great way, I used to go to a aerobics class and everyone was so lovely and they always make time to chat to you every week! I haven’t thought about my goals yet though, I think I’d like to be more confident and try out things I’d never do before… like going out and sitting in a coffee shop by myself!

    Chloe xx

    1. It doesn’t feel as scary meeting new people, doing classes and everything as it did the first time. I guess the more you get out of your comfort zone, the easier it is! Good luck with your goals too =) x

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