February Recap and March Goals
1. Keep a food journal and write down everything that I eat. – FAIL
I started keeping a food journal, but I lost track of it over a weekend and just couldn’t remember what I ate. So I scrapped that goal for the month and plan on revisiting it later.
2. Send a sussy. – SUCCESS!
3. Write in a prayer journal once a week. – SUCCESS!
I have written in my prayer journal 4 times this month, which is about once a week. And I feel better doing it too so yay!
4. Download and listen to the sermons from Imago Dei Community Church. – SUCCESS!
It’s a little awkward though, because the sermons are not posted the same day each week, so I have listened to a couple of them at the same time. But I have so far listened to all the sermons going back to January 23 and it’s so great to listen to them at work. Pastor Rick is so funny, but it really makes me miss Portland!
5. Floss my teeth everyday. – SUCCESS!!!!!!
Oh yeah! That’s right! Look who’s flossin’ now! After my awful dental appointment last fall, I hung my head in shame at my flosslessness, so I am really proud of myself that flossed my teeth every. single. night this month. I even did the stars on the calendar to help me remember!
Send another sussy. This is one of my favorite things on my list right now! If you would like to nominate yourself for a sussy, all you need to do is send me your address. Just fill out this form here and I might just send you something special.
Write in my prayer journal. I have to do this for six months, and I have one month down so I’m doing this one again.
Write my blood sugars down everyday. I have been using the Blood Wise iPhone app for the last month, so hopefully it should be easy to keep going.
Eat vegetarian for one week. I wasn’t able to get this done in January so I’m going to give it another go this month.
Donate to the National MS Society. March 8-14 is National MS Week and I have been donating for the last three years. My cousin has MS and has had it for about ten years or so. We’re not close (he’s actually my dad’s cousin’s son) but I think it’s important to donate to causes that affect the people I care about, even if it’s not something that directly impacts my life. I met a woman with MS at Robert Rummel-Hudson’s book party in New York City a couple of years ago, and MS and diabetes actually have a lot of parallels in how it can affect the body.