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It's been quite a while since I've done an NF challenge; I'm coming back now not because of the new year but because I'm in the home stretch of making another human being (due late February) and am feeling a little panicky about doing everything that needs to be done before this kid pops out while also keeping up with day-to-day tasks. It doesn't help that my daily schedule is getting busier and busier, with birth/baby classes twice a week at awkward times of day and additional things like the hospital tour, ultrasounds, and OB appointments. So! I guess I have three main goals for
Edit: I decided to switch over to the Druids for this challenge, since it's all about personal development this time. I'm excited about this and genuinely believe it can change how I live my life. So here goes... Okay, bear with me. This challenge is going to be a crazy mash-up of several things that I came across during the last few weeks, all of which have convinced me to give them a try. And what better way than to try them all at once!? So. My goal is to be the best version of myself that I can possibly be. This includes getting my life in order on several different levels. Wh
Another attempt! I usually fizzle out around the fourth week, so four-week challenges...could be a good thing! I also turn 30 right at the end of this challenge - perfect timing! 1. Eight glasses of water a day. Dehydration has been getting to me lately. 2. Fiiiiiinally finish Adriene's 30 days of yoga. I have seven more to go, I think. If I finish well before the end of this challenge, I'll think of a further yoga plan. 3. At least once a week, go to the market to buy vegetables and then make a big pot of vegetable soup. So much quicker and easier to get vegetables in when I can just he
Unfortunately without the help of Taye Diggs...then again, anything could happen in the next few weeks! Those of you who've been with me for a few challenges have seen me fizzle out a few times. Traveling, getting used to a new full-time job, and working on finishing my master's thesis got the better of me, unfortunately. Besides a trip I got back from yesterday (which is why I'm only now writing this), I don't have any travel planned during this challenge. I've gotten much more used to the new job and managing my time around it. This weekend will be my last big push to make those final li