March 2019 Goals

Time for more goals! I have to say that giving myself a list of obtainable goals every month really helps shape so many of the decisions I make on a day to day basis. I love having those priorities at the back of my mind, knowing I’ll have to be accountable to them (and you guys) at the end of the month. It keeps me on track and focused in a way nothing else ever has before. After such a crazy February I’m trying to keep my March goals super short and doable. Setting myself up for success is always a great feeling. ūüôā

1.¬†Prioritize¬†WORK¬†–¬†Complete¬†4¬†batches¬†of¬†dolls

Sewing took the furthest back burner in February. I need to rectify that in March! My goal is to complete four batches of dolls this month, one every week. It might require more night and weekend hours than I’d like, but the sacrifice is worth it this month to try and feel a lot more caught up with where I should be at this time of year.

2.¬†DNF¬†books¬†I don’t¬†like

February was a pretty crappy reading month because I kept pushing through on books that really did not hold my interest. This month I want to make sure I just stop reading something if I don’t like it. Why punish myself and use up valuable reading time if it’s not bringing me joy??

3. Start a yoga class

Really phoning it in with this goal that I’ve already signed up for. ūüôā This Wednesday I’m starting a Graceful Yoga class with my mom. I’m hoping it’ll be a bit less intense than the yoga class I took before I broke my ankle. I really love the idea of yoga, and hope to find ways to start incorporating it back into my life.

4. Go on a date with all three of my boys

Everyone’s schedules have been so busy that I don’t think Greg and I have had one of our “regular” weekday date nights this entire year so far. There’s a restaurant I’ve been wanting to go to for MONTHS, so I’m really, really, really hoping we can somehow find a way to make it there and soon! I’d also like to do something special with Caden and Shepard, individually. I have a few restaurants in mind, it’s just a matter of getting it on the calendar.

5. Take Annie to a Madison dog park

I’m really hoping it maybe starts warming up this month! I’d love to get Annie to one of the Madison dog parks I started visiting last year. I love seeing the new parks and she loves exploring anything outside that she can. This has been such a terrible winter, I really want to make up for it with a lot of outdoor time in spring – before my allergies get horrific in June and I have to lock myself in the house again.

6. See friends at least 3 times

Again, kind of sort of cheating on this, since I already have two friend dates on the calendar this week. But like last month – I don’t want to give up!

7. Take Mom to Manna Cafe

I found this restaurant in late December and LOVED IT. I went two or three times in two weeks, but haven’t had time to go back since. I had planned to bring my mom there in January, but with my uncle dying it got too hard to plan out. But this month – it will happen. I NEED another one of their fancy coffees.

8. See a movie by myself

Okay, I’m not sure if any good movies are even coming out this month, but if I see something I’m intrigued by, I’m going to go! Theater movies by myself are one of my favorite things. I’m not going to deny myself the opportunity to see something the way I did last fall. It’s one of my ultimate self care options.

9. Read two nonfiction books

Self explanatory. I want to remember all those stacks of nonfiction books around the house instead of always resorting to my beloved fiction.

10. Eat better

Okay, so it’s vague. But all my healthy habits I cultivated so hard in November and December really flew out the window around Christmas and I haven’t gotten them back. It’s time to make this a bigger priority in my life again. BE HEALTHY. Make better choices. No fast food. No food that I know full well will make me feel like crap. Portion size, serving size. Start caring again about my body.

That’s it! Quite a list this month, but basically – focus on work, focus on connecting with people individually. I think it’ll be a great month!

Author: Amy Noe

I'm a maker, a writer, a reader, a wife, and a mom. I love pursuing my creative passions!

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