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My Family

Monday, 6 January 2020

#Win a Cadbury Thank You Chocolate Gift Set

Win a Cadbury Thank You Chocolate Gift Set 

Happy New Year everyone. I hope it's started off on the right foot for you? 2020 is an exciting year for us here as we're getting married! It's going to be a year of joy and celebration for us so I just wanted to share our happiness with a little giveaway to say 'Thank You' for all the support you've given us over the past few years. We do appreciate it.


One lucky reader is going to win this lovely gift set full of Cadbury treats delivered right to your door, paid for by me. It's the perfect gift to say thank you to you all! The Cadbury gift box is filled with a Cadbury Dairy Milk 200g bar in a special 'Thank You' gift sleeve alongside a Cadbury Dairy Milk and a small selection of your other favourite Cadbury bars. It looks great. I know you may have had enough of chocolate over the Christmas holidays - so sorry!

To WIN - Simply use the Rafflecopter Form below to complete as many or as few of the entry options as you like. It's completely up to you how many you do but remember, the more entries you do, the more chances you have to win. 1 lucky winner will be chosen at random after it closes on Friday 31st January  - Open to the UK Only - Good Luck xox

This is not a sponsored Giveaway - The Prize is paid for by myself.


Terms and Conditions: One winner will be drawn at random using the Rafflecopter App. 
This Giveaway is only open to the UK. The giveaways ends on Friday January 31st x

154 comments:

  1. Balance - eat drink work rest and play Equilibrium

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  2. Following a great weight loss last year 💪 I’m off to the gym and swim to tone up!

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  3. To work on overcoming my anxiety

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  4. Margaret Clarkson
    I haven't made one.

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  5. my new years resolutions are to get more organised and lose two stone before my first sun holiday abroad in 13 years

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  6. You can never have enough chocolate, I'd share with my three lovely grandchildren

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  7. my new years resolution is to cook something i have never made before once a week so my family can try new foods

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  8. To lose 35lbs. I'd share the choccies if I won! Happy 2020

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  9. I've not made any resolutions for this year. Usually it's about cutting out bad food but hat tends to last just a few days!

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  10. To put more effort in everything I do

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  11. i want to read more, something i really miss

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  12. michelle o'neill6 January 2020 at 23:39

    to continue on with the walking regime i started last year x

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  13. Mine is just to drink more water :)

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  14. to try and do more random acts of kindness

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  15. To stop drinking fizzy drinks... So far, so good x

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  16. My New Year's resolution is to enter my first weightlifting competition.

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  17. I'm going to get a job that I really want, not just something to earn the money!

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  18. Yo be more kind - to others, to myself and to the planet

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  19. My new years resolution is get much fitter, I need to get out and about in the fresh air, eat healthier and be much more eco friendly in everything I do to protect our beautiful planet

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  20. Well even though I do volunteer right now, I'd love to do even more this year.

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  21. To start a new fitness regime. I'm not very good at keeping fit and lack the motivation but im starting up swimming for a start then maybe onto something more.

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  22. Mine is to get fit

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  23. I am going to try to learn a new language

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  24. My Resolution is to try and go to bed an hour earlier on a week night!

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  25. I dont have a new New Year resolution but will continue with my fitness walking started in 2019

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  26. Get back to the healthy eating after far too many Christmas calories

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  27. My 2020 resolution is simply to be kind to myself, after s hard year in 2019 with illness I truly learnt the important of being good/kind to yourself!

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  28. To be more careful with money, save a little more each month & stop over indulging on take aways lol.
    Happy New Year.

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  29. My resolution is to go to bed earlier and get more sleep

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  30. Will walk for an hour every day!

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  31. Will walk for an hour every day!

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  32. To start a journal and be healtheoir all round.

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  33. To declutter the house and drink more water

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  34. Spending more time outdoors as a family

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  35. To be healthier and fitter and to encourage my teenager son to do the same

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  36. spend more quality time with the family

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  37. My New Year's resolution is to eat more chocolate! ;)

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  38. To enjoy the things around me and try and be happier.

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  39. To stop spending silly money and be more present in the time i spend with my children.

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  40. Kimberley Harris9 January 2020 at 04:32

    I’m going to try and Save more spend less.

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  41. i just want to stop worrying about little things

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  42. To be kinder to myself.

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  43. Mine is to be more confident in m myself and trust in my own decisions

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  44. For me it was to drink less coffee and more water

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  45. I don't make them, I just try to do things when I feel up to it.

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  46. mine is to simply try to make the best of any good opportunities that may come my way

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  47. Im not making any resolutions :)

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  48. To exercise more and not to stress over things that don't matter.

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  49. to get out more with friends and family and not use the weather or being tired from work as an excuse to stay in

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  50. To help my dad with his new diet, after being told by the hospital he needs to stick to his allowed foods

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  51. I don't ever bother with resolutions!

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  52. My new year's resolution is to cut down on sugar.

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  53. Same as last year I don't do them

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  54. Mine is to make sure I help my wife around the house more, even if she insists that she doesn't want my help! And also to get outside in the fresh air more often, every day in fact!

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  55. Maintaining fitness goals and eating well.

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  56. To be happier and more positive this year

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  57. same as every year, to try to be less stressed and not worry so much....same as every year lasted all of about 20 mins!

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  58. I want to do more with my partner. It feels like ages since we did something other than just sitting around watching TV.

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  59. Stop drinking so much lol... actually it is. I;m doing dry Jan. I think I crept up my wine intake a little more than I'd like in Nov-Dec, so havin a reset and then back to a more healthy relationship :-) (just so dam tasty tho lol)

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  60. To practice mindfulness meditation.

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  61. To budget & manage my money better.

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  62. I've got a FitBit so I'm planning on not embarrassing myself

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  63. To declutter, declutter, declutter by any means necessary!

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  64. I'm going to spend less time at work

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  65. To keep fit and eat healthier

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  66. I haven't made any I just wish health and happiness for all my family

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  67. Jacqueline Roberts11 January 2020 at 06:38

    To not put back on the weight I have lost

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  68. I dont have one - I kinda feel if something is worth doing then you should do it when you think of it not wait for the new year

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  69. Eat more healthily fresh fruit and vegetables and to get fitter

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  70. to do a park run @jackiehowell69

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  71. To complete the ‘Walk 1,000 miles’ . . . get fit and lose some weight!

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  72. My resolution is to be a healthier me in 2020

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  73. To never say no to anything and take every opportunity that comes my way lifes to short not to make the most of it.

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  74. to lose weight once i have had my baby

    kay sherman

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  75. To be in bed by 11pm on a school night x

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  76. I don't make any, because I always break them

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  77. Mine is to cut down on single use plastics and reuse things where possible.

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  78. To try and fix my migraines and sort the house out

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  79. To walk my child to school more rather than by car

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  80. I didn't make any this year, because there's nothing I want to achieve that would make a resolution!

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  81. My New Year's resolution is to get the many d.i.y jobs finished in my house this year. We are decorating the dining room now so doing well already.

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  82. My goal for 2020 is to tackle my hoarding issue.

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  83. My new years Resolution is to get out more and eat healthier family meals, so that my children enjoy healthier family meals

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  84. To be much more positive smile and strangers and be happy. Never judge a book buy its cover

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  85. To make sure I get one day off a week with hubby and for us to actually make it a day of quality time spent together.

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  86. To spend more time pampering myself.

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  87. My resolution is to finish my novel!

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  88. To keep up with my exercise regime and not give up :-)

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  89. To drink more water and less wine, not going great so far

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  90. To not waste my time worrying about issues I cannot address, rather focus my time and energy on those I can. Easier said than done given my personality....a born worrier!

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  91. To leave the car at home and walk a lot more x

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  92. Lose weight, and try and do several half marathons

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  93. My resolution is to make no resolutions

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  94. To get the extra weight off I put on during chemo

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  95. My resolution is to eat healthy

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  96. To look after myself more and stop giving so much to those who just take take take

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  97. To cook more from scratch, less take outs and snacking between meals!

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  98. It's just to enjoy life more and spend more time enjoying my children before they become adults and I realise how busy I was when they were young!

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  99. We want to budget better and save more this year!
    Linda Ford

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  100. I don't believe in making new year resolutions

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  101. To get outside of my comfort zone more, to replace negative habits with positive change and to learn new skills.

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  102. to learn some new sign language to help me communicate better with the special needs children that I work with

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  103. My New Year's resolutions are to make sure I spend more time on self-care as over the last 12 months, I have come to realise that taking time to look after yourself mentally and physically is so important

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  104. To get fit.. and go to park run every week

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  105. To loose weight

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  106. My New Years resolution was to do more self care and take care of myself a little bit more.

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  107. TO GOT FOR MORE WALKS WITH MY PARTNER

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  108. My New Year resolution is to have a major de-clutter, donate unwanted items to charity, and enjoy the extra space created. I have already made a start.

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  109. My New Years resolution is to go for a daily walk

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  110. I'm ready for some more chocolate for 2020.

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  111. To pass my driving test and save for our forever home!

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  112. I didn't make one, but I plan on doing more things to help myself. Last year was a bit nuts. My (now ex obviously) girlfriend of 19 years went on holiday to see a friend in America. And didn't come back, and didn't tell me until she was supposed to be back and I asked where she was. So. I'm going swimming next week, for the first time in years and years. Hoping it will be lovely on my stupid sore back. Have a wonderful wedding day!

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  113. I hope to make more time for loved ones this year.

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  114. Be kinder to myself both physically and mentally x

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