I don't know about you, but I am actually terrible at keeping them.
I will go to the gym every day.
(A valiant idea, but sometimes Designated Survivor and the sofa wins)
I will save money.
(Well, that goes out the window as soon as I enter any outdoor shop)
Anyway, the list goes on...
In 2018, because I'm terrible at sticking to resolutions unless they're set in stone, that's what I'm doing.
Setting myself the challenge of completing one resolution per month.
It may be a challenge, it may be an adventure.
It may just be the bucket list items I never get round to actually doing...
1. Sword Beach to the Seine
The 12th Devons were due to go to war by glider and land behind enemy lines, but the aircraft of 38 and 46 Group Troop Carrier Command were insufficient to manage the transport of the whole division in one airlift. The Devonshires, the junior battalion, were therefore required to go by sea, despite having no experience or training involving water or landing on beaches. They embarked at Tilbury for a long journey to their designated landing spot at Lyon sur Mer on Sword Beach.
The reason we're doing this?
Grandad has just been awarded the Legion d'Honneur, the highest French order for military and civil merits and it seems a fitting tribute.
2. London to Paris
And so here I am, route mapped and some potential dates in mind to cycle from London to Paris...
3. Race to The Stones
I'm not doing the full 100k because frankly I would die and my knee would hate me forever, but 50k seems far enough!
I always said I wanted to run a marathon, so at least now I have something to aim for?
4. 3 Peaks
But it's a different type of 3 peaks challenge, so you'll have to wait and see ;)
5. Complete my ML Qualification
6. Make a difference...
In 2018, I'm choosing to support The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Team Rubicon and The Royal British Legion.
7. Get over my fear of kit
8. Coast to Coast
9. Sail the 3 Peaks
10. Buy a house
Correct, I have my flat and I love it, but in 2018 I want to get an adventure hound, and that means upgrading my flat to something slightly more dog friendly...
Plus, it means I can have an actual kit room for all my outdoor gear!
11. Learn a new skill
12. Believe in myself
It's something I struggle with a lot though and something I've got better at this year, so maybe by the end of 2018 I'll have solved the problem!
I have no doubt that a few extras will be thrown in along the way but that's who I am!
What resolutions are you setting for yourself in 2018?