I decided to wait until today to post the rest of my lists, instead of posting a week's worth on Wednesday and then the last two today. I must admit, I'm glad it's done. I enjoyed some of the topics, and those lists were quite fun to make. However most of them, as I've mentioned, I found a bit thoughtless (not that they weren't well-thought out, but that they didn't provoke much thought from me) and dull.
With that said, here are my remaining nine lists:
Oh, remember Day 1? 'Goals for this month' I honestly thought this list was going to be a washout, but I went back and looked at it today, and I didn't as bad as I thought at first. Here we go:
1. Make lists! *check* - made at least 30 of them, along with the other bajillions I made for other things.
2. Learn something about myself - um, not sure I completed this one. I was hoping to learn something about myself through the lists, and I definitely didn't do that.
3. Not stress about my lists *check* - I used to have a tendency to be obsessive about certain things. I would go crazy nuts with something for a while and then drop it altogether. I certainly never would have finished 30 Days of Lists had I been that freakish person about it. I'm glad I didn't. Some days I didn't complete a list until the next day. Not stressing is good.
4. Start our family conversion to healthy/fresh eating *um, half-check?* - I still need to finish reading the book I started about this (more on that later), but I've been extremely conscious about what we're eating lately, and I'm starting to make smarter choices. Again, not wanting to go all gung-ho and then just drop it. So we're headed in the right direction, just reeeeaaaally slowly.
5. Get a haircut. Nope. I had an appointment for Scooch and I, but had to cancel it due to Mr. R being out of town. I never rescheduled. And Scooch still has to walk with his head back so he can see out from under his fringe. Poor boy.
6. Make pants for both boys. Nope. BUT, in my own defense, I did do a LOT of sewing this month. And, my mom sent a boatload of clothes for both boys (thanks, Mom!!), so now I think Monkey is the only one who might need a pair or two.
7. Lose five pounds. *check* (sort of, hrrmm...) - So, I weighed myself yesterday, and I had totally lost 5lb. I checked in again this morning to make sure, since today is really the last day of the month, and I had gained a whole pound since yesterday. Not quite sure how that happens (especially after two trips to the park and sweating in the sun at the park both times), but I think I'm marking this one completed, because the scale DID show that at one point in this month, I had indeed lost that blasted 5lb!
8. Sew something for me *check* - See evidence here and here.
So four and a half out of eight. That's better than my usual track record for goals. *grin*
Next Friday I'll have my regular Friday Moment post again, and hopefully a new selfie and some other good stuff.
Happy Weekending blogland! Thanks for reading!