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2019 Goals Update – July
June: If you have been around my blog for a while you may know that I originally started it as a way to create an early morning habit. Read more about My Morning Motivation here. My mini goal for June focused on resetting my mornings.
2. Do the throw out 100 things challenge.
The new month will hopefully bring good weather, better moods and James Bay. I almost accomplished this goal. Will give it a second try in July. During the week days, I usually wake up feeling tired and already stressed so I want to start my day doing something that makes me feel better, calmer and that ultimately will help me live more in the present moment.
Even though I set quite a lot of goals for July, I actually got a decent amount finished, which of course only makes me want to set MORE goals for August. Note: There are affiliate links in this post, which means I get a small commission on any purchases made through these links at no extra cost to you. What are you working on now at the end of summer? July Goals Start making weekly to-do lists again I started right away on this, and it felt wonderful to be back in the habit! Donate the encyclopedias in our front room I enlisted the help of Matt for this one since those things were HEAVY , and it made an immediate visual difference in the room to have that big box gone. You can see what it currently looks like here, in my latest house projects post. Do the first maternity wardrobe capsule I knew this one would almost surely get done out of necessity, and sure enough, by the end of the month, I was really wanting some maternity pieces to accommodate the ever-growing belly. Believe it or not, even though Mathias is over 13 months old, he still wears a month size and probably will for a couple more weeks. This will be a rollover goal to finish in August.