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So I’m a couple days behind on this one, but you all can forgive me, right? Since it’s the beginning of a new month it’s time to take a look at how I did on my goals for last month and then make some new ones for May! Warning: May goals aren’t too thrilling… I’ve got a crazy busy month coming up so I’m trying to keep it simple!

Here’s a recap of my goals from April:

1. Run outside at least once a week. Hmmm. Didn’t do awesome at this since I’ve been injured, but I actually think I ran outside almost every week, especially since I had the 5K on Sunday, my run with Emily and Kelsey, and I ran 1.5 miles outside the day after Boston. So like 3 out of 4? Sounds good to me.



2. Follow Jamie’s Intuitive Eating Challenge EVERY DAY. Although I’m not sure I really focused on every e-mail every day, I got so much out of this challenge that I’ll call it a success. Here are all my IE Challenge Re-caps and thoughts posts:

I’m Done – why I did the challenge

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Intuitive Eating Challenge Update

WIAW Intuitive Eating Style

What I (Didn’t) Eat Wednesday

Intuitive Drinking

Love Yourself Exactly How You Are – guest post on A Dash of Meg

Intuitive Eating Challenge Review

You Do You

3. Work on using positive affirmations and mantras. YES!!! This has been so helpful to me, and I love that I started doing Saturday mantras to share one of my favorites for the week with all of you! (week 1, week 2, week 3, week 4).



And now, some goals for May!

1. Graduate law school. With today being my last day of classes, I have 4 finals and 1 paper in between me and graduation in 2 weeks. Let’s do this.

2. Stay in a good mindset. I came out of the IE Challenge in really good mindset and my goal is to stay this way as best I can. The next three months are going to be three of the busiest and most stressful months of my life and I need to stay centered, focused and relaxed.

3. Make 1 recipe a week. The way my Bar review class schedule goes, I’m probably going to be eating lunch at school every day, and I cannot be buying lunch every day. I’ve fallen into a bad habit of buying lunch on the 2-3 days I’m there at that time and it must stop. So if I make one recipe a week in bulk and pack it up, I hope to encourage some better habits…

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These are pretty simple goals, but for the next 3 months that’s all I can handle: study, study, study, survive. Maybe have some fun thrown in there. Haha I actually scheduled in my fun. I’m doing a kickball league on Sunday afternoons and I already have one Muddy Monk race on the books. Plus I’ve got awesome friends who won’t let me go completely insane.

As for the blog… I honestly don’t know what will happen. I don’t know if I’ll have anything to write about, I don’t know if I’ll have the energy to write. I already know I’m ditching all weekend posts at this point, but don’t be surprised if there are days during the week where you don’t hear from me, especially in July… Bear with me. I know I love this community and I love writing so I don’t intend to stop right now. We’ll just see what happens!


Do you have any goals for yourself right now?

Are you good about packing food?


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