Reading the Old Testament: Uhhhhhhhhh. Nopers.
For April: Actually I am making it my month of April goal. To read my bible for at least 10 minutes a day :)
Getting back to Church: I could give you excuses, but I wouldn't do that in front of Him, so I won't with you. I did not go once in March.
For April: To get thineself to one service this month!
Read a book a month: I did. I read Making Babies, by Sami S. David MD and Jill Blakeway LAc. I learned that my feritlity type is Stuck and Tired. That sounds right ;) It was an interesting read, and I actually learned new info from it. I even learned that if I take Vitex I can lower my Prolactin level naturally!
For April: I think this next book is going to be one of the books I received for Christmas :)
Journaling at least once a week: Not once did I.
For April: To write one sentence a day. (hopefully I don't have to go to "write one word a day" for may!)
Finish my quilt (work on other sewing projects): It wasn't a priority so I did not.
For April: Sew at least ten squares.
Hall Closet (scrapbooking/crafts): Not a priority.
For April: Not a priority.
Try a new recipe and food item a pay period: Let's see I tried Kombucha, and liked some didn't like others. Will continue drinking them for now. I made and really liked the QUINOA WITH CARAMELZIED RED ONION, BELL PEPPERS AND GARLIC. I would make it again. Just not serve with tons of veggies on the side ;)
Well, I've never had protein powder before, and I used that for that
For April: Again try one more new recipe and food item for the month.
Being active daily: Nopers.
For April: I think I may need to do a daily challenge that starts when the current "no buy fast food/no drink coffee and pop" challenge ends. And ease into it with yoga and/or walking on the treadmill. We'll see.
Eating less processed foods/Eating more organic, whole foods: I would say, oh yes! All my fruits and veggies I bought in March we're organic (as far as I can remember). Still need to move more to the whole foods, and less processed. But I'm working on it :)
For April: I want to work towards more recipes/made from scratch/home made/whole foods than pre packaged and processed foods. We shall see!
Lose 10% of weight: Yes, I obtained those 5 pounds :)
For April: Maintain the 5 pounds and work on 5 more!
Grow a veggie/fruit plant: Too cold!
For April: Not quite yet.
Circle + Bloom's mind-body program: Another fail!
For April: Not a priority, unless I'm feeling it.
Come up with a nightly ritual: It's not written down and it's not in practice, but I've got one floating around in that space between my ears.
For April: I'll be happy if I've got it all implemented (not even like it's some complex routine, but little bits at a time of goals at a time) by July.
Monthly Challenge: I didn't have one for the month of March, but the middle of the month one I started has gone well so far. I have bought no fast food, and I have drank neither pop nor coffee. I have to say the easiest (execpt for today for some reason) has been pop. It probably helps that half the people that live here can't have pop and the other one really doesn't drink pop. I do miss the sound of the tab breaking into the can, and the bubbles from the first sip. Otherwise, honestly for the most part the Kombucha has helped. Fast food is nice to be able to pick up for days I want something my tastebuds think will taste good and I don't want to do anything, but it hasn't been too horrid, and probably much healthier. Coffee, oh how I miss you most of all. Just like a dessert. The smell when dad makes his, or a co-worker walks past my cube and into hers next me. The smell is maddening sometimes. Then I think I could have made the challenge--no coffee creamer, and the results would have been the same ;)
For April: Read my bible at least ten minutes a day.
Staying open on how becoming a mommy: Yes I am. Whether I'm pinning things for a bio baby, or finding new china adoption blogs to devour :)
For April: Keep on, keepin' on!
I'll try to have April's at the end of the month, or May Day. Here's to working on goals and commitments!