I am determined to make March Happen this year. It feels like I have new slate since I have started using #Powersheets and my #simplifiedplanner. It has taken me a long time to get here because I have had to come to terms with parts of myself I have been avoiding, like my relationship with fear , and being enough. I have a lot of resources that have helped me throughout this time which I will talk about later in another post but for now my March Goals.
1. Finish Make it Happen by Lara Casey. I am about 30 pages into it and it is already shaking up world.
2. Read 2 other books. I have recently rediscovered reading and am once again falling in love with it. I loved it as a kid and now I love it once again and have found a couple of fantasy series which I am loving along with some Christian Development Books.Books on my list include: Lean In, The Best Yes, Lets all Be Brave, 20 Something, 20 Everything, Zen and the Art of Happiness, and Bittersweet.
3. Work on my blog more consistently and write more posts.
4. Find another Part time job. My job now has been giving me crazy not steady hours and I need a more steady income.
5. Go outside my comfort zone. I have finally accepted the fact that if anything is to change I must be willing to go outside my comfort zone and try stuff I haven’t done before and take chances again.
6. Get my license soon. This has been harder than I thought it would/ should be. I just have to believe in myself and work on my anxiety.
7. Work on starting my own business. This has been in the works for a while. I have all the materials I just need to take the leap and start making them and getting the word out about what I sell.
That’s all for now. As I was writing I thought of #MakeMarchHappen. So here’s to making March Happen and kick starting a life of purpose.
8. Start on the contentment Challenge. It is something that has been on my heart to do for about a year but i haven’t taken the leap yet because I know its going to be hard, and Lilly Pulitzer is my weakness. It seems I always find a way to rationalize some purchase. Its gonna be hard but I can do it.