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March Goals

Friday, February 28, 2014

This post can also be known as "Day 28" in the Blog Everyday in February challenge! Yippee!!!! I did it! Sort of. I skipped a few, and rearranged a few. But overall, we're dandy. :) Thank y'all for sticking with me for the million blog posts. Regular programming will be up and running on Monday, and I'll be giving the details for our Coffee Bar Makeover, shared here, with no words, soon. 




I'm just really excited for March. So much got accomplished in February, things that I didn't even list on my goals to begin with. I read A Modern Girl's Guide to Bible Study by Jen Hatmaker,  & Divergent and Insurgent by Veronica Roth. I got a new job. We finished our kitchen renovation. I figured out a few difficult styling spots in our home. I started a cleanse (halfway done! woo!). I've been increasing my load at the gym and trying new things.. and loving it! We saved more money than usual. It was a full and productive month. I think that after January and being sick for so long, I was so ready to hit the ground running and make things happen!


Let's look back! 

Host friends for the Super Bowl
Celebrate turning twenty three!
Have a sweet Valentines Day with the hubby, wearing lots of pink, of course!
Order Blog business cards for Hope Spoken in March (and to cross off 101 in 1001!)
Write 8 handwritten letters (womp womp on this from last month)
Continue our Valentines tradition (more on that soon!)
Make or buy decorative pillows for our bed
Complete and order our 2013 photo book

Okay so clearly handwritten notes are out the window for awhile.. and that's okay. :) I am still trying to figure out what I want for bedroom pillows, and I plan on squeezing in the ordering of some business cards today! 

March Goals
Finish reading Alliegant by Veronica Roth
Start Love Story by Nichole Nordeman
Attend Hope Spoken (eee! I'm scared)
Enjoy Ben being off work for a full week!
Travel to College Station for a basketball game 
Organize our desk junk drawer, and dining room cabinets (a scary land)



7 comments:

  1. Love the goals! I have found in the past couple years that making just "New Year Resolutions" isn't working- I still make goals for each year- but also really enjoy making smaller, more specific goals for each month.
    I have enjoyed reading your posts this month! http://lovelydoesit.com

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  2. congrats on the new job! I'm still working on that one... but diligently. I'm impressed with your organized and articulated goals. I may have to implement some of your ambition in my own life if I want to accomplish things in March...
    new follower: Whit from Raspy Wit

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  3. Congrats on the new job! Divergent and Insurgent were so good. I can't wait to hear what you think about Allegiant

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  4. I'm so glad you joined in the challenge! I loved reading each of your posts along the way. I really wish I could join you at Hope Spoken --not kidding, here I am mere weeks away peeking at flights home for that week ;)-- but I'll be back in Texas soon enough. Happy goal-making, girl! And I want to hear your thoughts on the Divergent series soon! I'm halfway through Allegiant too.

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  5. I love this! I absolutely NEED to start making monthly or weekly goals, and blogging about it for some accountability!!! So jealous that you are going to Hope Spoken, I'm sure it will be nothing short of amazing.

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  6. Totally off-topic, but I just found your blog today. I also live in Charlotte! Can't wait to read more. :)
    The Grass Skirt

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  7. I'm a little late to this...but congrats on your new job! Did you like A Modern Girl's Guide to Bible Study? I've never heard of it but it sounds like something I would like :)

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