Not only is today a goal check-in, but it's also Nathan's final day of preschool... ever. Seriously! Where did the year go? Where did the last five years go?? We now have a kindergartener. To quote Dr. Sam Beckett, "ho boy."
April is over already?? What the ever-loving heck??
Happy Easter! And Happy April Fools’ Day! And... I’m sure there’s something else going on, too. I’m just too lazy to figure it out. Instead, let’s celebrate another month of personal goal achievement, shall we?
Time to recap my February goal work. You ready? Let’s do this!
I think I kinda like the idea of doing these goal recaps again. Let’s see how I did, shall we?
Can you believe that 2017 is practically over? By the time you read this, it may already be 2018. Who can say for sure? The madness!!
Woo hoo! Check me out! My first weekday step goal attainment since Friday, August 11!
Seeing as this is going to be my last ever goals recap post, I really want to make it a brief one. Let's test just how quick.
I'm starting to feel a bit apathetic about these posts. Maybe after this year, I'll be done with them. Would you be heartbroken?
Wanna see something cool? Check this out...
Have any of you ever used Blue Apron before?
This is the end of the third quarter and I'm feeling the pinch regarding my 2016 goals.
I'm going to tear through this as quick as I can as we're heading into the holiday weekend and I'd like to actually be caught up on my posts. Something that is happening with less frequency of late. I catch up and fall behind. Oy, daily posting.
Ah the goals. The dreaded feared loathed goals. Why do I do this to myself?
Another month has passed and it's time to recap progress toward my goals. Care to check in with me?
I gotta admit, I'm pretty happy with May overall.
Pitiful. Sad. Dreadful. Lousy. Ridiculous. Shameful. Suckage.
Let's see how March went on the goals front, shall we?
I know it's a few days late, for that I'm sorry. But here is my recap of goal achievement in the month of February.
Is it just wrong that I seriously cannot get into reading this year?
Four years ago today Katie and I received official Doctor's confirmstion that she was pregnant. Wow. Four years.
My final goals recap for 2015 is here. I simply cannot believe it. Bring on December, for better or for worse.
I can't believe I have to write another set of these already. 2016 is less than a day and a half away! Yikes!
I guess it may be time to start thinking about next year's goals, eh? Yup, the time is nigh. In the meantime, how about a recap of how I did on my goals in the month of November?
I would first and foremost like to say... I FINALLY HIT MY STEP GOAL FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE MAY!!!! 12,080 steps average for the month!
Goals? We don't need no stinkin' goals! Clearly that's what some part of my brain was thinking this past month. Oy. I loathe to post this.
An interesting month for goal achievement, to be sure. I can make it real quick for you.
Do I really have to do this for July? Can we just call a mulligan and let it go until August's recap? Please?
It's July 1. We're into the second half of 2015 already! Can you believe this crap? Where does the time go? Nathan's third birthday is in two and a half months!
Oh my, was May a rough one on the ol' goals front. So many factors at play here.
Another month bites the dust.
It's no joke, people! Time for my 2015 Goals monthly recap. Where is the year going??
The other night, Katie came across this really cool 16-book reading challenge on Pinterest. It's a themed one where you choose your books based on the selection criteria determined by the Burns Family Blog. I've seen challenges like this in the past but they were mostly photography related. So to see something book related is kinda cool.
It's been an interesting month in terms of goal attainment. I feel pretty good about how 2015 is going thus far. Take a peek!
I really got a little tired of all the formatting work that would go into setting up these recaps the last few years. Because I tend to post using a mobile browser, I hand code all posts in Notepad so they're all pre-formatted and ready to go. It seems many mobile posting apps or websites tend to negate RTF formatting functionality, so it's really good that I know HTML. But it's time to simplify this post as well and make it more truly "readable."