Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Marching into My List of New Goals

March Goals:
A new month = a new list of goals
I'm hoping to stay focused and get a lot of these done this month.

1. Upload recent pictures to Snapfish.
2. Find a great discount coupon and print said pictures.
3. Figure out several fun, local things to do this month because I've got visitors coming in town on two separate occasions.  Any Arkansas people have family friendly suggestions for things going on this month???
4. Work out the majority of the days this month / beat my February workout stats.
5. Do several St. Patrick's day DIY projects with Olive.
6. Eat a lot of salads.
7. Read for fun. 
 I finished 3 books in February.
8. Visit my husband at work and take him lunch.
9. Take care of some doctor appointments.
10. Begin making plans for our trip to Utah for Kevin's graduation.
11. Start thinking about Olive's 1st birthday party - it hardly seems like this event could really be sneaking up on me but May 29 will be here in NO TIME!!
12. Make a trip to Mississippi to check out housing options for us.
13. Start Olive's 1st year scrapbook.
14. Go to bed earlier.  I'm serious about this one... although if history is any indicator I'm setting myself up for failure...

What goals are you setting for yourself this month?


  1. For fun local things you can try the Big Dam Bridge, River Market should be opening the open market soon, museum of discovery is great downtown, and we always like to take our out of town company to eat at Dizzys.

  2. Love the goal of visiting your husband at work! I think it may be time to do some fun and special things for my hubby! Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Great list of goals :) I love bringing lunch to my husband at work. He loves it and my girls love running around his office.

  4. Sounds like you got some good goals goin'! I definitely did bad on my February goals! 3 books?! wow I feel accomplished if I read one book a year! Good luck!!! :)


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