This blog is a little late but I wanted to get it out anyway.

I’m going to look back on my January Goals to see how I made out and set February Goals.  (OK, I’ve already set them but I’m going to tell you about them.)

January Goals: 

1. Continue my Debt Snowball 

     We started January 2019 with 6 debts totaling $21,872.97.  This was down $373.33 from December.  I didn’t pay the full debt snowball amount because my last check in January was a half check.  This included our Christmas break so I only worked a week during this pay period.  Overall though I’m happy for what I did pay and we were still able to go in the right direction.  DOWN!

2.  Stay on Keto

     My weight loss has slowed down significantly.  That’s a bummer but I’m still losing so I’m doing OK.  I believe I need to add in consistent exercise now that just hauling around extra pounds isn’t enough.  I’ve lost almost 45 pounds total and I’m still going in the right direction with this too.  DOWN!

February Goals:

My February goals will look a lot like my January Goals.  I want to continue my Debt Snowball and stay on Keto, but there are a couple of others.  They are:

1.  Start my C25K program.  Couch to 5K!  I’ve told my son that when he comes back to the States we are going to run a 5K together so I better get my but in gear.  I want to do it without almost dying (always a plus)  and I think the C25K will help.

2.  Become a manager with Tupperware.  I’m working on this but it may not happen until March.  If it does, that’s ok as long as I’m doing the things I need to do to get it done.

Those are my goals.

Comment down below how your goals are going so far.  Are you sticking to your New Years Resolutions?  It’s only February, down give up yet!  You can still do it.

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I'm a mom to 5 - 4 adults and 1 teen - who strives to live life to its fullest. I want to help as many women as I can achieve their goals and dreams.

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