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The Duchess of Sussex used to have a lifestyle blog called The Tig in which she talked about fashion, beauty, travel and food, while occasionally sharing insights about her personal life. Meghan wrote honestly about things she loves but also the things she hoped to change about herself. In a New Year’s post once, she revealed that she makes the same two New Year’s Resolutions every single year ‒ give up biting her nails and swearing ‒ but always struggles.
Meghan wrote: “The swearing comes in lulls triggered by being overworked or feeling mighty cheeky after a couple of drinks.
“And when it comes to biting on nails ‒ well, it still happens with a turbulent flight or a stressful day.
“It’s unladylike. But then again, so is the swearing. Dammit.”
In the post, which she wrote the year she met Prince Harry, she added that she had decided to take a different approach to setting herself challenges.
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She explained that she was going to approach life “playfully” and let the “magic” into her life.
She added that she hoped to accept the unexpected and enjoy the things that weren’t planned.
It is just as well she decided to do this, as meeting and marrying a prince was presumably not on her radar at the time.
Meghan wrote: “For this year, the only thing I am to do is to approach life playfully.
“To laugh and enjoy, to keep my standards high, but my level of self-acceptance higher.
“My New Year’s resolution is to leave room for magic. To make my plans, and be okay if they sometimes break.
“To set my goals, but to be open to change.
“To let the magic know that there is an open door policy with me in 2016 and that it is always welcome to join the party.
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“I invite you to do the same. Have a beautiful, blissful and incredibly magical 2016.
“So grateful to be with you on the ride.”
Meghan’s blog The Tig has since been closed down, but there are archived versions of it on the internet.
This year, Meghan and Harry spent their first New Year’s Eve in California together with their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
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It has been nearly a year since their decision to stand down as senior royals was announced, sending shock waves around the world.
A year on from this unprecedented move, the couple are living in their dream house in Montecito and have paid back the £2.4million they owed for the renovations on Frogmore Cottage.
They have signed a lucrative deal with Netflix believed to be worth around $100million (£74million) and a podcast deal with Spotify.
What’s more, they have launched their new non-profit, the Archewell Foundation.
However, their year has also been tinged with sadness, as Meghan revealed she suffered a miscarriage last summer.
In an article for the New York Times, Meghan described how she watched “my husband’s heart break as he tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine”.
The coronavirus pandemic affected everyone all over the world last year and Meghan acknowledged the “loss and pain” that has “plagued every one of us in 2020”.
As they look to the new year, Meghan and Harry will likely be looking forward to properly launching their Archewell Foundation, as well as getting stuck in with their podcast and television productions.
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