Done! And just in the knick of time (as in on Tuesday...)
2. Have a wine/crafting night with Kelsey AND
1/2 completed this one. Nikki, Mallory and I had our wine/crafting night but Kels and I never did get together for one. Whomp whomp
3. Make plans for a Beaver Cove Town Council meeting.
I talked to the girls about getting together but since the Twin went to Disney World with her old nanny family (and left me behind- rude! ha) and just got back late last week we couldn't make any concrete plans. We're shooting for this month now
4. Purchase the perfect chair to complete my new blogging space.
Ughhh - no! I just haven't found one that I LOVE and since they are around $200 for one chair I don't want to purchase something that I don't absolutely love. The hunt continues...
5. Find a way to make an extra $300/month.
No dice. I have been cleaning out my closets/doing some Spring cleaning that has brought me almost $200 so thats nice but won't happen every single month so back to the drawing board
6. Do 3 sewing projects aside from my weekly sewing club projects.
Yeah. About that... I actually only even made it to one sewing club class in March. BUT in my defense last weeks was canceled due to our instructor having an emergency she needed to take care of. AND I haven't been anywhere to get any fabric (excuses, excuses. I know)
7. Take a 'staycation'.
Welll fuck. I completely forgot about this! I NEED a staycation so bad - I do have a couple days in April blocked off as 'maybe' days off that may be turning into my staycation now
YES! I submitted my application when I took Krickit into 'the city' for surgery at the beginning of March and was shocked when it showed up a little over two weeks later. They had estimated that it wouldn't get to me until mid April so it was such a sense of relief for it to arrive early and be safe in my hands. Being passport-less (even if it was only for 2 weeks) was terrible
9. Make better use of my time in the mornings before work .
I like sleep. That is all
10. Spend more time with Krickit.
We went for a few walks but wasn't able to do as much as I would have liked since she had to recover from surgery. Now that she's fully recovered (and the weather will hopefully start getting nicer) we can start going for daily walks!
Well then. If we're going off my goals then March was a completel failure. BUT if I look at the bigger picture it wasn't all that bad. I got my passport renewed (and back in the same month), got Krickit in for surgery (and she recovered amazingly well), got my taxes in to my accountant earlier than I ever have before (and already found out my refund amount - wahoo!), got back into a fitness routine, met up with my friend and finally met her son (something we talked about doing every month since last June), and completed some tasks at work that have been on my to do list for over a year. A year!