Each month I'll be sharing four simple goals on the blog. You can join along by making your own four simple goals for the month - things that you might not do if you didn't commit to it, but not anything that feels overwhelming or that can't get done in a 28/30/31 day period. You can also use my monthly image (below) on your own blog if you'd like, just link back to here and share a link to your blog below in the comments section so I can check it out!
Welcome to the end of February and the (almost) beginning of March! Slowly but surely we are making it through this winter! A new month means a new set of four simple goals. Using this goal setting method worked for me really well last month, and I love writing these posts, so you can except to see them regularly here from now on.
I've never been a huge fan of March. You'd think I would be with the beginning of Spring and all the Irish celebrations, but it just always feel like thirty-one days of rain and gray slush. But I don't want to hurt your feelings March, so I promise to give you another try if you promise to warm up just a bit. Here's what I'll be doing this month.
1. Edit and print five photos: I'm thinking slightly oversized prints of five of my favorite photographs framed in our bedroom in pretty white frames would be gor-ge-o-so. I realized that I've taken a lot of good photos I really like that I've done nothing with. So time to change that.
2. Month-long Apartment Therapy cure: Anybody else a fan of Apartment Therapy? I feel like they're a Design Sponge for the average person. They create challenges that feel doable but also practical for transforming a space. I liked the idea of doing a month-long challenge - kind of like the four simple goals idea. You'll get something practical accomplished, but it won't be too overwhelming.
3. Purchase and start seeds: My green thumb is itching to start some planting. I've got my eyes on seeds from here and here. If I get really ambitious I'll set up a grow light station, but even if I don't, it's always a fun adventure to try growing plants from seeds. I'll be following instructions from here.
4. Read a book: With all the crafting and painting I've been doing this winter, I haven't made time for my favorite pastime. All my "reading" has actually been listening to audio books. Which still technically counts. But I'd love to sit myself in a comfy chair with a warm cup of tea and a good read before the weather warms up too much. Because then I know all my time will be going to creating my new garden oasis.
February's four simple goals and check in
Four simple goals before 2014
Four simple goals before 2013
What are your goals for March?