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Kourtney Kardashian determined to focus on God and herself in 2016

Published 30/12/2015

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian will ring in the New Year by making her first resolutions in years.

Reality star Kourtney Kardashian plans to refocus her priorities in 2016, making sure she puts herself high on the list.

The 36-year-old has had a tumultuous year after splitting from the father of her three children, Scott Disick, in July (15), but with a new year just around the corner, Kourtney has decided to put some plans in place for 2016.

"I haven't made New Year's resolutions for as long as I can remember," she wrote on her website on Wednesday (30Dec15). "However since I have made a lot of changes this year, writing down my resolutions felt important to do. Here are selections: to continue on the workout mission that I started this year, to continue to strengthen my relationship with Jesus (and) To refocus my priorities, making sure that "me" is high on the list. (children, God, me, family above all else…)"

Kourtney has already started on her list of resolutions, posting a photograph of herself showing off her toned midriff from her home gym on Instagram on Tuesday (29Dec15).

The star seems to have been in a reflective mood over the festive holidays, taking to the social media site on Monday (28Dec15) to share a life-affirming message with her followers.

"Whatever happened over this past year, be thankful for where it brought you," the eldest Kardashian daughter wrote. "Where you are is where you're meant to be."

Her mother Kris Jenner, 60, had previously shared the same message but Kourtney chose to use it alongside her top nine posts of the year.

All of the attached images featured her three children, Mason, six, Penelope, three, and one-year-old Reign, and despite their split, Kourtney still included one sweet snap of Scott cuddling Mason.

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