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Full Steam Ahead! I seem to be on a roll from the last challenge, so here goes to staying on track. My birthday is also in the middle of this challenge, and we'll be going on a steam train ride to The Berg (Drakensberg) for the day! Any train pictures are welcome to keep us (the boys and I) going. Otherwise walking is on track, shooting club is steaming ahead on schedule, gardening is tut-tutting along. I am just going to focus on those points I struggled with last challenge, then setting morning and evening routines. Also continuing with Self Defense with the boys, as they'll be earning
Balsquith brings back the routine My last challenge was rather amusingly titled ‘Balsquith doesn’t give up’ and saw me disappear from the face of the earth after barely 2 weeks. The challenge itself wasn’t badly set up and I will be keeping parts of it here. This time around I will have 1 key goal, 2 goals to support it and a couple of additional goals. Key goal: Get up to my alarm everyday This goal is the key to everything, it is less about me being a heavy sleeper and groggily hitting my alarm clock and more about me already being mostly awake
I'm on here sporadically, so by way of introduction I'm a single mum to an energetic and incredibly sweet 12 month year old. I've just moved house and I'm going through an acrimonious divorce, with a court hearing this month, so I don't imagine I'll be updating much. But I always appreciate any well wishes! My last challenge, the main thing was moving house and (to cut a long story short) it was a really complicated move, with lots of uncertainties all over the place. Anyway, on the last day of the challenge I went to collect the keys to the new place - hoorayish!....except the keys di