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Top 4 Things To Keep On Your To Do List in 2016. Colourful Buildings in Bloomsbury
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Top 4 Things To Keep On Your To Do List in 2016. Colourful Buildings in Bloomsbury

 

 Top 4 Things To Keep On Your To Do List in 2016. Nelson's column in Trafalgar Square
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Top 4 Things To Keep On Your To Do List in 2016. Nelson’s column in Trafalgar Square

Even though the New Year is well under way, did you know that it’s not too late to compose some resolutions, goals or plans – I prefer to call them goals. You don’t always need to wait for the start of a new year to make this decision? As a travel blogger, I tend to write down my goals throughout the year, make amendments along the way and try something new every year. But these are the top 4 things to keep on your to do list in 2016:

Caribbean Fish with cabbage
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Caribbean Fish with cabbage

 

Southbank Food Market
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Southbank Food Market

1. Eat out at a couple of restaurants, Cafes and food markets

This food market along the Southbank makes scrumptious food on Sundays.

Don’t be afraid to eat out now and again. London, like many cities has a diverse range of restaurants with ample choice. You just need to turn around the corner and you are almost guaranteed to find a nearby eatery. It breaks up the routine of cooking a meal daily. Personal recommendation has been one of my deciding factors when searching for a restaurant because I’d rather have a meal from a reputable place known by others than take a risk. Reviews are helpful as well.

“Eat Breakfast Like a King, Lunch Like a Prince, and Dinner Like a Pauper”

Trafalgar Square
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Trafalgar Square

 

Sculpture in Bloomsbury
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Sculpture in Bloomsbury

2. Architecture and Sculptures

Spend time viewing London’s unusual architecture. You’ll be surprised at what you might discover. Most of these landmarks have been spotted by accident. They weren’t found by planned journeys.

Dismounted Church bells
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Dismounted Church bells

These huge bells were being taken away from the St Stevens church in Rochester Row for refurbishment.

Near St Martin's Lane
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Near St Martin’s Lane

3. Walk around London

I’ve made new discoveries just by walking in the capital and one good thing about London is that new one can be made every day.

Quinto Francis Edwards second hand bookseller
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Quinto Francis Edwards second hand bookseller

 

Waterstones Trafalgar Square
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Waterstones Trafalgar Square

4. Read books

Quinto Francis Edwards second hand bookseller. It’s one of London’s oldest traditional bookshops. You can browse through books before making a decision to buy one. Then get lost in a good read which is what I aim to do more of this year.

In Conclusion:

I’ve spent so much time in previous years procrastinating. But I’m changing direction this year by focusing on doing things and visiting interesting places in the moment. Let’s not leave what we can do today until tomorrow.

As you know, it rains a lot in London, so don’t let the rain put you off going out or you’ll never get things done.

Do you believe in resolutions, plans or goals or do you prefer to go with the flow and carry out what you can, when you can? Drop me a line in the comment box. Thanks for reading my post in advance. Happy New Year!

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