1. Get our household expenses down to £200 per month - that's to feed us both, plus the pets, and pay for toiletries, cleaning-type stuff and alcohol. That might sound like a lot, but some months last year, it spiralled to over £400 (insert very shocked smiley here). And guess what? I've already done it for January - and that includes cooking two three-course meals for a total of 10 people this weekend - hurrah!
2. Grow the following in my garden: sunflowers, various salad leaves, tomatoes, leeks, basil, coriander, courgettes.
3. Do all the things that I didn't do from last year's list, which are:
Hmmm, maybe 31 things was a bit optimistic.
4. Get into yoga. When I've been in the past, I've enjoyed it - but I've always felt that I should probably have spent the hour jumping about in Cardio Kickbox or Aeropump Frenzy or something instead. Nowadays, with my relaxed freelance, frugal lifestyle, I will hopefully be more zen about it all. Oh, and it might help with that whole giving birth/lemon-melon thing.
5. Grow out my highlights. (Gulp.) I have been blonde for about 12 years, but it is so, so bad for my wallet and for Mother Earth. Out with the highlights, in with the henna. Just hope I don't end up looking like an ageing goth and wearing lots of plum-coloured crushed velvet too.
6. Do some work experience in a school to see if teaching is for me.
7. Take lots of beautiful photos (my camera is fixed - yay!).
And obviously, get thinner/greener/fitter/richer etc. Oh, and have a baby.
As I am writing this, I have some banana muffins baking in the oven and some vanilla oil in my oil burner - mmmmmmmmmmmm. However, beside me is the dog, who is making the smells from hell from her curly bottom. It's an interesting combo of aromas.