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This is nothing to do with computers, money, or change of service details.

Remember that I posted Time for a Personal Upgrade back in December? I said then that I’d send a reminder, so here is it.

The suggestions I made were:

  • Repair a damaged relationship
  • Change an out-of-date habit
  • Replace a routine that no longer works
  • Refurbish your image
  • Renovate a personal regime
  • Inspect your values for cracks
  • Upgrade your thinking habits
  • Remove clutter (physically and metaphorically)
  • Carry out a regular ‘survey of self’.

Best wishes for 2015.

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