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Goals for March 2019

Friday, March 01, 2019

Right. So, I went back to my February goals lists so I could do an update and... well...

I did okay on the sleep goal?

Yeah.

I was going to make this month more of the same, but I think I need to replace the exercise goal for the moment, so it's replace by the first one here.

1. Declutter. One of the things I stumbled with last month was that as soon as I had my exercise space cleared, I immediately pulled all the boxes out from under the bed and put them in it so I could go through them. Then I did not go through them. Anyway, I have three major spaces I want to clear, so I'm going to try and get those done this month: under the bed stuff, office cupboard stuff, and bed room closet stuff. At some point, all of these will require having things in the middle of the office to sort through, which is my workout space, so I'm just not going to set a separate exercise goal until I'm done this.

2. Sleep, yet again. I did better last month, but I'm still not up where I want to be or as consistent as I want to be. My average still works out, but that's thanks to a bit of adjustments on the weekend. I have an average goal again, with a secondary goal of being consistent in when I go to bed and when I wake up, and keeping it even on weekends.

3. Self-care, again. I found I didn't get as much done on the weekends as I wanted, but in part it was because I took time to just have some downtime. This month I'm going to be looking at where I can work that in on a regular basis, so I don't have to drop everything I want to do to get it.

And I think I'll leave it at that. I might have to refine these later, to make them do-able and all, but it's a decent place to start.
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