Today I’m linking up with Nicole at Writes Like a Girl to talk about March’s small goals. It’s about 15 days too late for goals, but that just means I only have 15 more days to accomplish them.
But first, let’s take a look at February’s goals to see how I did.
- Make my first king cake.
Success! You can check that out in my Mardi Gras Brunch recap post.
- Make Ben a nice Valentine’s Day card.
I managed this too! That said, it got lost before he was able to open it. Lucky for me I got one photo of it.
- Leave work at the office.
I’ve gotten better. Still not perfect.
- Finish the branding for the podcast Jess and I want to start.
Success. You can check out a preview here.
- Get my heat fixed.
Fail. So hard. That said. It decided to work during the snowstorm, so that was cool. I have no idea why though.
4/5 – I’ll take it. Now onto March’s goals for this year.
- Complete the Whole30.
That’s what the goal would have been at the beginning of the month. Already I’ve decided I’m only doing a Whole28. More on that to come in the recap post. Needless to say, if you’ve been following along with the currently posts, you know I’ve now been partially hungry for 15 days.
- Clean out the fridge & pantry.
While this kind of goes along with the Whole30, there’s also just far too much stuff in my house leftover from parties I’m never going to actually eat or drink. (Popcorn, chips, juice boxes, etc.)
- Meet 3 cool new people at The Lady Project Summit.
I’m a panelist on a blogger panel at The Lady Project Summit in Providence, RI the weekend of March 24 – 26. I’m super excited about it – hope to see some of you there!
- Make some progress on the books on my nightstand.
I know this was a January goal, but I really think I can do it this month.
- Take a load of stuff to Philly AIDS Thrift.
I’ve had a bag ready to go for a few weeks, I want to take a final pass through things and then get it out of the bedroom. It’s just taking up space. It needs to be gone.
And that’s it. All pretty much cleaning related, but that’s what spring cleaning is all about, isn’t it?