Saturday, 29 December 2012

Behind the scenes!

Well, what a great 2012 we had at Con-fused Arts, thanks to YOU but we are aiming for an even better 2013! In 2012, we decided to work with a new supplier called Kazuri and I wanted to start 2013 by telling you a bit more about this supplier/project, the special group of ladies that handcraft the luxury ceramic jewellery and the jewellery itself!

Founded by the late Lady Susan Wood,  Kazuri is still located where she first created employment for struggling single mothers in 1975, in her back garden. The workshop is in Karen, named after Karen Blixen of "Out of Africa" fame. Karen is a beautiful area just a few miles outside Nairobi. In 1988, Kazuri became a factory and expanded hugely employing 120 people. Currently, there are over 340 local women, mostly single mothers, employed at Kazuri, handcrafting our beautiful ceramic jewellery. The Kazuri workshop now has a clinic which provides free medical care for the employees.

Kazuri jewellery is aptly named as it means "small and beautiful" in Swahili. Every bead which makes up a necklace, bracelet or earrings is shaped by hand by one of the 340 local women employed by Kazuri. The beads are then kiln fired once, glazed and fired again before being strung.

If you have already bought a piece of Kazuri jewellery, you can be assured that it is completely unique, with many pieces taking on the quirks and trademarks of the people who shape the beads, paint them or string them, giving them soul as well as beauty. We love providing you with different ranges of Kazuri jewellery, different designs and different colours. We also enjoy picking new pieces to compliment the season. Simply visit our Facebook page or our website  to see what we have in stock and to get your own piece of Kenya!

Saturday, 1 December 2012

How to put a smile on your face!

It is coming up to that time again, ordering the turkey, getting the Christmas tree bought or in our case down from the attic and deciding who is going to whose house on Christmas day! Unfortunately not everyone is so blessed and there are lonely folks amongst us and this is only magnified during the festive time.   So, why not carry out an ACT OF RANDOM KINDNESS to bring a smile to their face and hearts?? 

Here are 6 acts of random kindness that I wanted to share with you, they have been collected either from personal experience or heard from other folks;
1) If you are at the supermarket, why not leave the £1 in your trolley?
2) I read this one "A girl slept through her bus stop and ended up at the bus station at midnight with no more money. A couple paid her fare back to her final destination"
3) Why not cook a meal for someone -whilst my mum has been recovering from cancer, so many friends, family and neighbours have been cooking meals. Very useful seeing that the cooking has been left to my dad!
4) You could help to shovel the snow from your neighbours path especially if they are elderly!
5) Why not help out a co-worker when they have a big deadline?
6) You could help someone out for free, maybe babysitting or helping with garden or painting!

So what is stopping you from carrying out your very own act of random kindness? It might even make you smile!  Why not tell us if someone has helped with you something randomly or you have carried out an act of random kindness.

Whilst you are being kind, why not surprise someone with one of our brand new gift vouchers - just CLICK HERE . Another gorgeous gift bought without leaving the comfort and warmth of your own home.

Wishing you a very happy and peaceful festive season!

Love Pam x

Friday, 23 November 2012

Beautiful Mexican earrings for free!

Well, we are drawing to the close of another month! Not just any month but our month of celebrations!  We have enjoyed showing you our new photos,jewellery and website which we are still in love with, by the way! We wanted to finish our celebrations by giving away one of our most precious pair of Alpaca silver earrings, handcrafted by artisans in Mexico! 

Con-fused Arts are moving up a notch and expanding our luxurious ethical jewellery. We have also been delving into the world of Pinterest  giving you inspiration around certain key pieces of Con-fused Arts  jewellery - it's definitely worth taking a look at our visual feast!  Finally, if you want to keep up to date with our day to day happenings, check out our Facebook page.

We know you deserve the best in jewellery, beautifully wrapped and all at the touch of a button. That's why all our pieces come beautifully wrapped in pillow gift boxes with an optional (free) gift tag. We also have gift vouchers, if you really can't make up your mind, ha ha

To enter this giveaway, simply answer the following question;
Our white bead necklace is hand made in what country?
Just e-mail your answer along with your name and postcode to

The winner will be picked at random and notified on 7th December. Good luck!

Friday, 16 November 2012

Blooms and Balloons Giveaway!

Well, what a great month it has been! We have loved hearing all your lovely comments about our re-designed website! We still want to celebrate this happy occasion and also thank you for your support so far! We are having competitions and giveaways throughout the month of November. Our third giveaway is a £10 voucher to spend on whatever takes your fancy instore at Blooms and Balloons by Suzie of Aberdeen. This would be a very useful in the run up to Christmas.

You may already be a fan but let me tell you a little about Blooms and Balloons by Suzie. They are no ordinary florists. Suzie, not only provides modern artistic floral designs but she is qualified in balloon decorating and offers a range of balloons and decorating services. She has also made the in-shop experience something a bit different and special by having a gallery display area for artists and photographers.

To be in with a chance of winning this great giveaway, simply answer this question -  In what month and year was Blooms and Balloons by Suzie launched? (HINT: Have a nosy through )

E-mail us at , giving us your answer, full name and post code. The winner will be notified by e-mail on Fri 24th November.

*This competition is open to UK residents only.

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Beautiful handmade soap giveaway!

Well, it has finally arrived- our stylish re-designed website! We want to celebrate this happy occasion and also thank you for your support so far! We are having competitions and giveaways throughout the month of November. Our second giveaway is a beautiful gift set containing  three soaps, all with their own unique scent of Lavender, Geranium and Patchouli Oils. These soaps will arrive in a recycled box with tissue paper, tied with ribbon and lovingly labelled.  This gift set could be a present to yourself or a present for a loved one! 

Cottage Soap Company are a small, family fun business that specialise in handmade soap. All of their soaps are made in small batches, with care and attention to ensure the best quality. I love the fact that where possible, they use recycled, biodegradable packaging for ther soap too so you can be sure you will be caring for the environment as well as your skin.
To be in with a chance of winning this gorgeous gift set, simply answer this question - Which city are these soaps hand made in ? (HINT: Have a nosy through )

E-mail us at , giving us your answer, full name and post code. The winner will be notified by e-mail on Fri 16th November.

*This competition is open to UK residents only.

Saturday, 3 November 2012

Skills NOT just for the CV!

Well, ladies to say the last few months have been a steep but interesting learning curve is an understatement however I am glad to announce that as a result, Con-fused Arts and my personal life have a clearer, more focussed vision for the future! I have been reading inspirational e-books, quotes and reports and am currently doing a "training program" with Claire from "The Girls Mean Business" (a very knowledgable lady with both great business and life skills).  We have also re-launched our website -, you are sure to love it!

Con-fused Arts, however, is not just about jewellery and style but about your self-esteem, confidence and proactively bettering all our lives. Now, I want to share with you five skills that are helping me in the right direction in all aspects of my life;
  • BREAKING DOWN TASKS into bite sized chunks. We all have busy lives, whether it be running our own businesses, working day jobs, having kids, looking after elderly or disabled relatives or all four, sometimes we just don't have the energy to face those daunting tasks. Break them down and see what can be done today! You will feel so much better for it!
  • BUSINESS VISION, BUSINESS PLANS AND A MARKETING PLAN may sound really professional and scary but they don't have to be and can be tailored for your own needs. Once I had these done, a fog had lifted and now I know what I am doing month by month for the next year. You could also apply this to your everyday life
  • YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPEND ALL DAY on FACEBOOK, Twitter, Pinterest, Stumbled Upon (you get the idea!) Decide what you need to do on there. Do it and then get on with the next thing!
  • BE A LITTLE BIT SELFISH SOMETIMES! As with running a business, in everyday life, you need to take some time for yourself to recharge your batteries and be the best you can!
  • BE OPEN TO HELP - It's ok to admit you don't know everything! We all have to start somewhere and weren't born with the skills and knowledge we now have.Whether it be running your own business, a project at work, a personal/family issue - be open to help. 
Thanks for reading ladies, believe it or not you have taken a moment to yourself just by reading this post!
    Love and peace, Pam x

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Luxurious Rich Shea Butter Giveaway

Well, it has finally arrived- our stylish re-designed website! We want to celebrate this happy occasion and also thank you for your support so far! We will be having competitions and giveaways throughout the month of November. Our first giveaway is a beautiful and luxurious yet ethical  (oh sounds just like our jewellery ;) Shea butter from Akamuti. 

At this time of year, especially, we all need a moment of respite, that moment of "you-time", where you can relax and indulge your senses and forget about the hectic-ness of the festive season. Akamuti's products are sure to give you those much needed moments. Even better, shea butter is known to be very moisturising and nourishing!

Akamuti first began with a passion for tree medicine, an obsession with plants & healing, mixed with an organic ethos and the dream of making a living by trading responsibly & sustainably.  Akamuti is a family team with a combined enthusiasm for an ethical & holistic lifestyle. Their name Akamuti is an African word taken from the Bemba language of Zambia. It has two meanings. It translates as 'Little Tree' or 'A Little Bit Of Medicine'. It's true when they say you learn something new everyday!

To be in with a chance of winning this gorgeous shea butter, simply answer this question - Which country the shea butter comes in Akamuti's shea butter come from? (HINT: Have a nosy through )

E-mail us at , giving us your answer, full name and post code. The winner will be notified by e-mail on Thurs 8th November.

*This competition is open to UK residents only.


Thursday, 11 October 2012

My must have this coming season!

Well, the seasons are changing and you can feel a nip in the air!  One thing is sure to be coming - the festive season and hopefully lots of nights out in the calendar!! Rather than buy a new dress, I bought this new perfume and I did not regret it. From the sassy box and bottle to the deep sensual confident smell, I was hooked. Why not have a new addition and spoil yourself to a new smell! 

You deserve it,

Sunday, 30 September 2012

London Fashion Weekend Update

London Fashion Weekend update....

Eco specialists were gearing up at London Fashion Weekend to discuss the 'relevance of sustainable fashion in our current climate' with a Vodaphone lounge panel including fashion writer and presenter Angela Scanlon, Filipo De Castro (From Somewhere) and Jocelyn Wipple (Element 23). The eco event got me thinking about sustainable fashion and brands that have revolved their lines and campaigns around it, with People Tree firstly popping into my head.

Eco and fair trade fashion has become a trend within its own right and now there are hundreds of brilliant boutiques and brands that are offering great pieces including clothing and accessories. One of those, a local to me, is Con-fused Arts.

Con-fused arts, an on line fair-trade jewellery and accessories boutique, offers some great bold statement pieces in addition some really quirky cute items. I did a bit of browsing on the brand's website and came across these earrings, see the pic above, but check out the website to find loads of other bits and bobs....Con-fused Arts.


Thursday, 20 September 2012

Yummy tea!

   Well, there are not many things that beat a good cup of tea! Whether it is on your own when the wee one has gone for a nap or meeting up with your friends, a cuppa really is just fabulous. It really can be 5min of bliss, I am sure many of you agree. That's why I wanted to tell about these gorgeous Clipper Organic Assam teabags I was fortunate to win in a hamper.

They are Fairtrade (big tick from me) and are of very good quality. I have heard people say in the past that they thought Fairtrade tea and coffee was of poor quality. Oh, how times have changed! Right, off for a cuppa.

Pam x

Thursday, 13 September 2012


Although it may not be in our mission statement, Con-fused Arts is passionate about women's self-esteem and wellbeing. You ARE worth it, no matter what you have been told in the present or past. You are fearfully and wonderfully made and don't forget it!

Having a busy life myself and being everything from a mother, a wife, a daughter, an employee and a small business owner - some may think I dont have a second to myself. My secret is to take a few minutes here and there - I regularly spend an extra few minutes in the bathroom. When I make that much needed cup of coffee, I just AM, listening to the kettle boil, watching the spoon swirl round in the cup. When I sink into bed, I take a few minutes to be thankful for the day, for food and drink, for shelter, for freedom of speech - the list goes on.

Whatever it is, try take a few minutes each day to recharge before the chaos starts all over again!

Friday, 31 August 2012


Welcome all! I hope you have had a nice (don't know about sunny) summer with some time off. With the coming of a new season, comes our BRAND NEW newsletter, you will hear from our new guest bloggers, hear about upcoming events, discounts and much more.

Have you ever dreamt of doing something special, something inspired but not sure who to join up with? Have you ever wanted to buy an absolutely gorgeous unique gift with a meaning behind it but not sure where to look?  Kin'ethics may be just the place for you!


Our exciting vision is to have an online hangout  where businesses can introduce themselves and their fab products, even their aspirations and dreams. Where people can network with like-minded people and where you can browse eco-retailers whose ethos agrees with their yours.

You can let us know if you are looking for a particular gift or even if you need ideas for gifts. To make it even easier for you, we will be producing a categorised directory of all our retailers for you to browse through. I am soooo looking forward for this to be in full swing!

Just head over to Kin'ethics at NOW!  I am sure your eyes will be opened at the number of great retailers who are giving back to their communities :)

Wishing you a great month ahead. I will leave you with this quote from Mother Theresa
"Spread love everywhere you go. Let noone ever come to you without leaving happier"
Love, Pam

Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Love at first random glance!

Recently, browsing through the net, I stumbled upon a necklace - a beautiful map of Africa in striking red acrylic with a heart carved out of the map. To say it struck a chord is an understatement! (You see, from a very young age I have had a strong love of Africa, from the rich colours and fabric to the music and people but the love is deeper than that!)  Anyway, I closed the page as it wasn't what I set out to look for and simply forgot about it...

I forgot about it for a day but then it kept coming back into my thoughts, A LOT.  I WANTED IT and as my birthday has just passed I thought it was the perfect reason to buy it! Trying to find it again proved difficult as I couldn't remember what site it was from, the designer or business. I finally found it with the help of Claire from The Girls Mean Business who prompted my memory. THANK YOU!

My most wanted object was created by Stevie K, a wonderful talented designer living in Chicago. She runs her business, tru.che, having quit her day job to pursue her "daydream" of making jewellery. She offers an array of gorgeous designs including a fab range of "country map" necklaces - CLICK HERE .  Everything means different things to different people but MY map of Africa necklace means so much to me, MUCH more than JUST a necklace!

Following my passion for Africa, Con-fused Arts stock a range of Fairtrade jewellery from Africa, to check these out, you can go to either my FaceBook page or website. 

Friday, 20 July 2012

Savour the Flavour Prt2 (Money saving tips)

So, our night of gorgeous food and chat continues!  We got to hear from a lovely lady called Karen from Love Food Hate Waste telling us about food wastage in Scotland. Did you know we throw away 566,000 tonnes of food in Scotland each year and this costs each household an average of £430 a year! The good news is there are things we can do to reduce this waste.

1) Portion size.  Love Food Hate Waste have a great spaghetti portion gadget to help you to cook the exact amount you need and not be left with loads to chuck in the bin. The same goes for other pasta and rice.

2) Love Food Hate Waste also show you how food date labels can be your friends getting the most out of your food.

3) Planning each meal for 2 weeks so when we do our food shopping, we buy ingredients for those meals and then write the meals out on a list and stick to the fridge. It's great! - it saves hubby or myself getting uninspired and lazy lulling around saying "WHAT'S FOR TEA????"

4)Checking your cupboards to see what you have in the house so that when you are in the supermarket you don't end up buying essentials that you still have in the house.

My favourite tip of the night - our chef who was cooking for us on the night only needed half a tin of Asian Kitchen coconut milk and someone suggested that she poured the rest into ice cube trays and pop them into the freezer until they were needed. BRILLIANT!

If you want to save yourself money and let's be honest you woudl be crazy NOT to want to save your money, please check out this page Love Food Hate waste at or !

Monday, 16 July 2012

Savour the Flavour

Alison E, Alison H, Janice W and I.
Last Friday evening, us ladies set off down to Stonehaven to attend the last date of the "Savour the Flavour" cooking show. It was put on by The Co-operative and in conjunction with Just Trading Scotland. What a great informative evening we had!

The cooking itself was done by Fi Bird and a cheery assistant who volunteered from the audience. Our menu was designed by Fi and a restaurant in Glasgow called Calabash.

We got to taste ALL the gorgeous food prepared in front of us. I would say the food wasn't pure "African" but more precisely a wonderful fusion of European and African ingredients and flavours demonstrating wonderful ways to use Fairtrade ingredients!

Coconut Kilombero Rice and Elmwood Chicken
Serves 6
What to find:
300g Malawi Kitchen Kilombero rice (2.5 cups)
410g Elmwood Chicken Breasts (pack)
2 tablespoons sunflower oil
1 large red onion, peeled and chopped
1 teaspoon garlic paste
3-4 pieces Lazy Ginger, rinsed and finely chopped
1 small chilli, de-seeded and finely chopped
400g can chopped tomatoes
2 tablespoons coriander, chopped (plus extra to decorate)
3 peppers, mixed colours, finely chopped
½ 400ml can coconut milk (Asian Kitchen if available)
Freshly ground pepper
What to do:
1. Rinse the rice and follow the cooking directions on the packet.
2. Put the chicken breasts in a pan and just cover them with water. Bring to the boil and simmer for 10 minutes until the chicken juices run clear when tested with a knife. Allow to cool and cut into small slices or cubes.
3. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a wok or large frying pan and cook the chopped onion with the garlic, ginger and chilli until the onion is soft.
4. Add the tomatoes, bring to the boil and simmer to reduce until thick. Add the chopped coriander and cook briefly. Remove the sauce from the heat and put it in a bowl.
5. Add the rest of the oil to the washed frying pan and stir fry the peppers for 2-3 minutes. Add the coconut milk. Stir well and then add the prepared tomato sauce, cooked rice and chicken.
6. Return to the hob briefly to heat thoroughly, stirring continuously. Add the extra coriander and serve immediately.

This event was in support of Scotland's bid for Fair trade Nation status!

To find out about the other wonderful recipes used that night and what else we got up to, check back for my next blog post very soon.

Thursday, 12 July 2012

Soap with a conscience!

How delighted was I when I found out I had won a shopping spree with The Visionary Soap Company? That's not all I am excited about. I really want to tell you a bit about this great pioneering and thriving business. 

Visionary Soap is the UK’s leading fair trade body care company whose whole range carries the FAIRTRADE Mark. Their company has been entirely dedicated to fair trade since it was created in  2005. Their products are handcrafted in the UK and abroad using ingredients from producers in Palestine, India, Ghana, Nicaragua, The Dominican Republic, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and South Africa. 

Visionary Soap say "When others do the bare minimum, we strive instead for the maximum. As more ingredients are certified, we are committed to incorporating them into our products, thus boosting these percentages and supporting our Fairtrade producers even more! " GREAT TO HEAR!

I promptly received my order and was delighted with all of it. The gift sets were packaged in beautiful boxes which are all recycable and compostable - BONUS POINTS FOR THEM! To find out more about Visionary Soap - click HERE

To be in with a chance of winning some of these great goodies, make sure you have "LIKED" our Facebook page to find out about offers and competitions!


Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Just in!

We hope everyone is keeping well and having fun with the Jubilee Celebrations!! That may be the case if you are living in the UK or are British and living abroad but may NOT be the case in other countries, ha ha. We would love to hear what you all have been up to over the last weekend.

We are very excited to introduce this vibrant range of handmade Fairtrade grass baskets! Having one of these baskets gives YOU the chance to have a piece of AFRICA (Rwanda to be precise!) in your house. YOU can have a piece of history as someone has lovingly handmade this basket. No mass production or factories here!

Buying one of these baskets helps us help those in disadvantaged communities in Rwanda.  Its the least we can do! These baskets are exclusively being showcased on our Facebook page  to see how  we get on with them. We hope you love them as much as us! Just go to to check them out and let us know if you are interested purchasing one.

Just for your interest these grass baskets are sourced through Kigali Crafts. Kigali Crafts trades fairly with Rwandan genocide survivors to help relieve this amazing countries poverty.  

Friday, 16 March 2012

Shout out for H&M!

Well, this is a bit of a shout out for a company I see grow and grow in their ethical and environmental awareness. I am excited for their future! As it is Climate Week, H&M are advertising that if you donate a large bag of clothes for recycling from 12th to 18th March, they will give you a £5 off voucher to use in H&M before 30th April this year.  Well, that's exactly what I did today and was welcomed by friendly members of staff who gave me my £5 off voucher.

As I am really loving H&M at the minute, the voucher didn't last long in my handbag and I couldn't resist buying this Katherine Hamnett 100% organic T-shirt in support of the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) oh and some hair clips (to help me emotionally cope with my "in-between" length fringe:). If you want to find out more about H&M's philosophy on sustainability and other world issues click here  !

Let's save the future and have a fab weekend!


Saturday, 3 March 2012

That's Scottish Weather! - 01/03/12

Well, when this post was started on the 1st March, the weather was FAB-U-LOUS however the next day and today it was NOT!  Fear not, I can say both the sunny, slightly warm and the horrendous weather worked in my favour on my fitness quest.

On Thursday, we got lots of jobs done in the garden and round the house from cleaning and tidying to hoovering and getting potatoes planted etc. I also managed to slip in some step aerobics every so often.  It was great that I wasn't intentionally exercising per se but really felt I had a work out AND slept very well that night. Sleep hasn't always been my best friend, I don't know what I have done to offend it, ha ha.

Within 24 hours of the glorious T-shirt (well T-shirt and light jacket) weather, it turned to "pea soup" as my friend described it and then got promoted to wet, cold and windy. As miserable as it sounded, I HAD to go to the shops and my goodness that was fastest I have ever walked with a all terrain buggy in my LIFE!! Again, boy did I feel those leg and arm muscles. 

What I have found out is that exercise doesn't have to be about organised classes or gym sessions, it can be simply dancing round the house, doing the housework, playing with children if you have any or can borrow one or more (preferably with their parents permission). :)

Thursday, 23 February 2012

Fitnut, Fit NUTS!

This is more of a personal post as opposed to Con-fused Arts but at the end of this, I should be fitter and more energetic which can only benefit Con-fused Arts!! This month I signed up to a 12wk Fitnut Charity Challenge.  At the beginning, you get an assessment which checks your weight, height, blood pressure, waist measurement, body composition, strength , flexibility and aerobic capacity.  To be honest, I wasn't actually TOO surprised with the results. Flexibility, BMI  and strength - fine, body composition could be improved a bit, aerobic capacity - abyssmal - back of the class, in fact go and stand outside the headmaster's office!

That's the bad bit, good bit is that apparently the aerobic capacity is one of the easier bits to improve on! So far this week, I have been marching on the outdoor steps like a lunatic, taking the stairs and not the lift! Still thinking of cake though! Oh and apparently I will get a pesonalised exercise plan via e-mail in the next few days so I am interested to see what they have in store for me. My young daughter may well come in handy as a weight!

Basically, this is a way of me passing on any useful tips that I discover along the way and also as I have now told you about it, there is NO backing out!!  ha ha!

Thursday, 9 February 2012

Just like Christmas cards that we can re-cycle or pass on to others, we can also re-cycle used stamps that we receive on our mail.  Great if you already do this, but not everyone is aware of the good we can do.

It woudl just take a few minutes to cut out the stamps from envelopes and packages (I actually look forward to the therapeutic activity of neatly cutting round stamps), store them and after you have collected a few, they can be sent to various charities.

It obviously depends where your heart lies but there are animal charities such as, Hearing Dogs are taking used stamps CLICK HERE. Other animal charities include RNIB  and RSPB Save the Albatross.

Medical charities include Brittle Bone Society and Leukaemia Care. All these charities will ask you to separate UK stamps and foreign  stamps and send them separately.  As I have a lot more UK stamps, I send those ones away more often and then wait longer until I gather up enough foreign stamps to make it worthwhile sending!

Happy neat cutting (ha ha maybe I need help!) 


Sunday, 8 January 2012

New Years Resolutions - YES OR NO?

Firstly, I really want to wish everyone a Happy New Year and not to sound too corny but I urge everyone to grab 2012 like never before and do something with it!

I am sure everyone has differing opinions on New Years resolutions but for a large number of others they can bring a certain stress! Stressing about eating the right food, that you promised the world you would embark on! Stressing about not getting to the gym 3-4 times a week, not quite giving up the cigarettes, the list goes on! To be honest, if I did smoke and wanted to stop, I wouldn't keep endangering my health JUST so I could stop on 1st January!

On the other hand, its a good way to give yourself a kick up the backside and look at what you can change or improve in your life! Personally, I have decided on just a few small things to work on like 1) drinking more water - that I CAN do! No. 2) Accessorising - making more of an effort when getting dressed to go out. (sometimes it is easy to get swapped down in running a house, job, toddler and husband and we know how much work the latter is!) and no.3 is something I am sure we are ALL guilty of and that is overworking and tiring ourselves out. To be the best person I can, I know I need be rested, happy and content.

Whether it is drinking more water, learning a new skill, chilling out more or just being more appreciative, have you decided to change anything from now onwards?