Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Resolutions: March Update

As promised, I am here to update you all on my resolutions for the year! Let's check my progress...

1. Get married- so far, so good. We are still headed for the alter ;)

2. Be on time- Eh. I'm getting better. Now I'm more like 10 minutes late for everything instead of 15 minutes. Rome wasn't built in a day, right?

3. Weight loss- I've lost about 3 pounds since the beginning of the year, but I'm going to be honest with you- I haven't really been trying. I started on Jillian Michaels' 30 Day Shred and loved it. Then I busted up my back, and haven't touched the DVD since. My back is finally starting to feel better, so I'm hoping to get back into it soon.

4. Savin' paper- We haven't really had the chance to start saving yet. I have been paying a chiropractor every month since July, so at the end of the month I haven't had the extra cash to stash. However, March is the last installment for the chiropractor, and starting April 1, JEGs and I are combining our accounts. We should be able to start putting money away every month soon!

5. What makes me happy- still working on that, and I've got some ideas. Not quite ready to share with the world yet. But when I make a decision, I'll let you all know.

Also, even thought it wasn't a resolution, Project 365 has fallen by the wayside due to the fact I busted up my camera the second week of January. I haven't been able to replace it yet. Bummerrrr.

So I'm giving myself a C for my first report. I've still got a lot to work on, and I plan on upping that grade to at least a B- for June!

How are you doing on your resolutions (if you made any)? What grade would you give yourself?

Always & Forever,


Shannon said...

I did pretty good on mine. Well, if eating my weight in french toast & pancakes was a goal, I would have done pretty good.

That's awesome you got some ideas on what makes you happy. I can't wait to find out! I've apparently been trying to do the same thing without actually realizing that was what I was trying to do. Having the baby gives me a chance to do a little bit of re-inventing and I need to figure out what I should re-invent.

Kasey at Thrifty Little Blog said...

Okay, I've heard waaay too many good things about the 30 Day Shred DVD... sounds like I need to find myself a copy!

I'm sorry about your camera! There are plenty of ways to do the 365 if you're still interested: start on your birthday, wedding day, first day of spring, etc. It might be worth thinking about. I always thought it would be amazing to have 365 for the first year of marriage.

Kim @ NewlyWoodwards said...

B- I would say. I'm doing much better with healthy goals than I did anything I tried in 2009. But, I still got lots of work to do. This is a marathon, not a sprint, right? Or, something like that.