Thinking About a New Year, New You?

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I don’t know about you, but as a year draws to a close, I feel motivated to start making some changes for the year ahead. It’s not that I am unhappy with myself, as such, but there is something about a fresh start and a brand new year which makes me want to put into action some of the plans that I have been tentatively making. These are some changes that I have considered in the past.

Cosmetic Dentistry

I am no stranger to the dentist, having been more than I would like as a child for fillings, having teeth removed and having braces fitted. My teeth now aren’t causing me too much bother, but I am not overly happy with my smile, as my teeth moved again after my wisdom teeth came in, and now they are no longer straight. My front teeth, which slightly overlap, make me feel really self-conscious, so I tend to avoid smiling as much as possible – not great for a blogger who shares her life online! If you are looking into Cosmetic Dentistry, Cambridge Dental offer a personalised service and a wide range of treatments.

Cosmetic Surgery

It seems almost taboo to admit that you have considered going under the knife, but I am not ashamed to admit that I have been really unhappy with how flat my chest is for over a decade now, and if I had the money, I would definitely be seriously looking into having cosmetic surgery. Having a flat chest has made me feel unsexy, it makes filling clothes difficult, and it makes me feel less womanly, with curves in the wrong places. I don’t think I would change anything else about my body, but a breast enlargement would definitely be on the cards.

Short Hair

I may *fingers crossed* be implementing this one sooner rather than later, as I have an appointment booked for mid-December. I used to have a bob and absolutely loved it, and I keep looking back at photos and wishing I had the guts to go for it again, but Ed is less keen. The only thing holding me back at the moment is the fear that my face is larger than it was when I last had the style, and may not look as good anymore, and the extra time I would need to factor in each morning to get it looking good (at the moment I can generally just brush and go).


This is something I am unsure about but, having a good friend who has had it done a few times now, I am intrigued by it and think it might make me feel a little less concerned about ageing, if I could smooth out some of the lines, especially those right in the middle of my forehead. I think with this one, I may leave it another few years, but I want to look into it in the New Year to get a feel for it and look at costings.

Are you planning any cosmetic procedures or changes in beauty regime for the new year? 
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