Reboot: Month 5

Has it really been five months since I started this thing? Jeez. Doesn’t feel like its been that long.

Move it move it: I mean, eh? I started doing Couch to 5K. Got through week one, did week 2, decided to redo week 2. Haven’t done anything this week because of the weather (or at least that is my excuse to myself), and it just seems like I’ve hit an exhausted point in the year. Was doing yoga, but have fallen off with that, too. I need to find an accountability partner. I know there will be a 30 days of yoga to start the year, which will help, but after that, I need a plan. Giving myself 3 out of 5 for effort.

Clean my plate: I haven’t been keeping track of what I’m eating, and I know that’s not helping. I haven’t been cooking for myself as much. We’ve been eating out more but I at least try to make decent decisions there. I know what I need to do here is just start tracking what I eat again, and planning meals. 2 out of 5.

Honey do: Well? Once again with part of this past month, I’ve left the work to professionals, though there were a couple of household repairs that came up that I took care of myself, which was a pretty good feeling. There’s about to be a major shift in the household living situation, which will free up some space (and frustration) making it a bit easier to really tackle more things. I did manage to get Christmas up and running in a timely fashion, and I have a planner for next year, so I’m going to get to planning. 2.5 out of 5.

Write like a writer who writes: 0 out of 5. (the lack of words should be explanation enough.

Mini mental vacations: Not a stellar effort here, either. 1 out of 5.

Earn my explorer badge: I’m trying to remember if I’ve even done much in the past month. I did finally get myself out to the cat cafe, and then wandered Disney Springs with Kelly. I got a new camera, too, which should lead to some photography outings. Didn’t get myself out as much as I would have liked to, but I did do some “things” so 2.5 out of 5. 

If I’ve learned anything, its that if I fall off the horse, I can get back on again. I can’t let little setbacks totally derail me and make me lose my focus. I also need to set attainable goals so I can see results, and find ways to hold myself accountable. Now I’m going to go work on my planner for next year, and make myself a new to-do list.