My 5 New Year’s Blog Resolutions

I love my blog!

It is my online diary and something I look back on with pride (well maybe not the early stuff). It is lovely to look back and see what we have been up to with the kids and seeing how much they have grown and changed.


I do have things I want to change.

  1. I need to be more organised – I rarely seem to be on top of my emails and my to-do list is in my head which also means I forget
  2. I need to learn how to write basic HTML codes. I have tried (and failed) to make blog badges several times and have to rely on others to do it for me
  3. I want to take better photos. It’s not that my photo’s are bad, they just need touching up in places and I would love to learn how to use my camera properly and not just in the automatic setting
  4. Google Analytics – I don’t get it and need to know how to use it
  5. I want to re-launch Saturday is Caption Day (#satcap) and make it as popular as it used to be

To help me with my first goal I have the Stick to Stigu Planner to help me become more organised, providing I actually write things in it, although I have started well.

Stick to Stigu is many things in one cover: a planner, an organiser, a calendar, a notebook and a rest & zest handbook. Every month Stigu introduces a new theme, and every week Stigu gives easy to stick to practices that are often fun.

Stick to Stigu

Stigu is a juggler, and this planner is for all of us out there like me who is juggling, whether it be work, family, fitness, blogging or all of them and there is room to add weekly to-do lists as well as fill in all the other commitments that come with having a family.

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134 thoughts on “My 5 New Year’s Blog Resolutions”

  1. All the space for To-Do lists would help me, particularly as I’m going into teaching this year and so will have lots to fill them with! Haha.

  2. The to do list section would definitely be very useful to me. I would love this for work, as I need to get more organised and it would also help me during my course of hypnotherapy at the moment 🙂

  3. For me it will be having all my important stuff in one place so I don’t have to remember and check lots of different places. This will really help keep me organised.

  4. It’s easy to stick to and makes some sense, and every week Stigu gives easy to stick to practices that are often fun.

  5. I love this,it so reminds me of me many years ago,I may have polished some of the edges but I’m still there.The thing I like is the planner,my husband works away a lot and I can never remember where he is,if anyone asks I always say he’s in London,he is there occasionally but he’s more often than not in Derby,York or Rugby !.It would be nice to know where he is x

  6. the to-do list – I love making lists and crossing things off them makes me feel organised and like I have achieved something 🙂

  7. The weekly planner, with three children in three different schools is hard to keep up to date with who, what why & when constantly! 🙂

  8. My current life planner is a stack of post it notes with scribbles on, so the To-Do-List, the empty space for notes and trying out the new practices would enable me to be less scatty and dis-organised in my life!

  9. To do lists. I’m glad to hear someone else has a similar level of organisation to me. I do have to write down my list of posts to do, but as you say it’s easy to forget (especially if you forget to write it down).

  10. The to do page – my memory is shocking, and that would help so much. Assuming I actually remember to write it down in the first place!


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