2018 Goals: March Recap

On the last day of each month, I will look back at the month and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I’m at and where I need to improve in the coming month. You can find each monthly recap through the category tag, 2018 Goals.

Here are my March statistics:

  • Personal
    • Successfully complete two Whole30s (in January and August) scrapped for the time being
      • See this post for why my January Whole30 was tragically cut short
      • Right now, I will not be doing another Whole30 in August. I will be reevaluating towards the end of the year and deciding whether or not I will attempt another in 2019.
    • Track my calorie intake for at least 200 days
      • 9/200 (including today)
      • I need this to be a habit, but any of my fellow food-trackers can tell you, it’s a little stressful (no matter how well you’re eating).
    • Be active in some way for at least 250 days
      • 16/250
      • Giving 250 a solid chance.
  • Professional
    • Blogging
      • Publish a blog post every Tuesday and Friday morning
        • Done!
      • Have posts scheduled up to two weeks in advance
        • As of today, done!
      • Publish a review of every book I read as I read them
        • Done!
    • Writing
      • Finish the first draft of Tears in the Garden
        • In progress, slowly but surely
      • Write for at least one hour a day, five days a week
        • Really got this down this week
  • Reading
    • Read a total of 150 books
      • 27 down! A few books behind, but I’m catching up quickly.
    • Read or use as a reference every book on my bookshelf
      • Happening!
    • Read through one of my daily devotionals
      • Still behind, but catching up
    • Read all the way through the Bible
      • Still behind, but catching up
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