30 Day Challenges

I came up with the idea to do 30 Day Challenges at the tail end of last year. I'm using them as a way to pull myself out of the pandemic rut I was in. I'm posting them here on my blog to help keep myself accountable.

By the time we reached the end of last year I had gained 14-15 pounds. I wasn't eating healthy or getting any exercise. I wasn't enjoying any hobbies, or getting anything done - even though it was a perfect time to do all those things we say we'll when we have time. I basically wasted the year sitting on the couch glued to the news day and night - watching in horror.

My Challenges:

January - Back to Healthy Eating and Exercise 

I went back to my pre-pandemic ways of good healthy eating. I also committed to a minimum of 30 minutes of exercise daily. It wasn't as difficult as I thought it would be once I got started. 

Last weigh in 3/15 - 10 pounds lost.

February - Deep Clean and Declutter 

I deep cleaned and decluttered my home. It was long hours of sometimes very exhausting work, but I was able to finish up by the end of the month. There isn't one square inch inside my home that didn't get a thorough cleaning and decluttering. It's a great feeling to have it done!

March - Projects

Small projects (the very long to do list), reopened my Instagram book shop, and spring yard clean up.  Last on the list, I chose the photos I'm going to use for next month's A to Z challenge and transferred them to draft posts so I remembered what idea I had to write about each day.

April Blogging from A to Z Challenge

My theme was Life in Florida. My posts can be viewed by clicking here or clicking the A to Z challenge link on my sidebar.

May - Projects

Piles of paperwork, vaccines, hurricane season preparation, Bout of Books Read-a-thon, and property sale!