May Goals and Highlights
Can you even believe it's May? Time is weird...I almost feel like April didn't even happen. I was a lot busier than previous months, so I think having more projects to do and more to look forward to helped make the month fly by.
Let's start off with my highlight of the month, which would be the camping trip that I took last week! I shared some pictures from our hikes in my workouts summary on Monday, but the entire trip was so relaxing and nice. I've been having a really stressful few weeks at work, coupled with getting ready to sell our house and moving, so having three days with no Internet connection and be able to just relax was VERY much needed. I would highly recommend everyone visit Rickett's Glen State Park- the park was beautiful and it was my favorite camping site! Now I just have to go back when the weather is better...
Now let's talk about my annual goals-
2021 Combined Miles
Get Ready to Sell!
I did great with this in April! My goal was to do a yoga or stretch class, change into a different outfit (even if it was a sweat suit), make my bed, drink a glass of water, and take my vitamins before work. I did all of these at least 4 days each week, and I found myself waking up easier every morning. I'm still working on being a morning person (I'm fine once I'm awake, but don't like getting out of bed) but I liked having a routine in the mornings.
Read 5 Books
This month I read exactly 5 books (started my sixth but didn't finish yet). There were some great ones in there and some meh's, but I'll be sure to share thoughts in an upcoming post.
Finish House Projects
The only project left to do is repaint our exterior, which we have a contractor coming for in May. It's kind of funny to me that the only work we hired people to do happened the first month that we bought the house (to replace some rotted wood in the garage) and the last month that we'll own. We did so many projects on our own thanks to Youtube and researching online..plus a ton of hard work and help from family and friends. I can't wait for a post of our before and after shots to see how much we've done in these 5 years.