Save $750. ($799.01/$750)
2. Write two short stories. (0/2)
3. Outline my novel.
Take a class.
5. Run 231 miles. (210/231)
6. Bike 120 miles. (99/120)
7. Learn to play a song on the guitar.
8. Make a dress.
Volunteer four times. (5/4)
10. Get to 115. (122.4)
1. What have you done this past week to help you achieve your goals?
I ran 13.5 miles and biked 15 miles.
I weighed in at 122.4. Oh, hey, thattimeofthemonth, welcome. Make yourself at home, asshole.
2. What did you do this past week to make you feel good about yourself?
I cleaned up my house and baked today and feel like Martha-freaking-Stewart. I spent so much time up until that running around from one thing to another, so it was nice to spend some time at home being homey.
3. With one week left, what is your plan?
Eek. I’m not so happy with how
my goals turned out this time around. Okay, I wrote that and then realized I need to take responsibility for the fact that I didn’t work toward the goals as much as I wanted to when I started. The workout and writing goals were most important to me, so I’m going to run and bike 21 miles (funny that I have equal amounts left for each) and write. Like for real. Maybe.
4. What time of the day are you most productive?
Lately, the afternoon. Both at work and then once I get home and on the weekends, I tend to waste the morning away and get down to business in the afternoon.
5. Fun Question: Are you reading a book right now? If so, share! If not, what was the last good book you read?
I’m currently reading Boo Hiss and I really like it, though I didn’t read the first two of the series. It’s just a fun, enticing summer read. I’ve not kept up 100% with my one fic, one non-fic a month resolution I made, but I’ve been reading more this year and all great books too. My two favorites have been Where Men Win Glory and 20 Times a Lady.