Making March Goals Happen!

The first month of Spring is here! Finally! You should know that as I am typing this outside of my house there is a small snowman that the children from next door made during last night, snowflakes are dancing on the streets making everything look as though it is straight from a fairy tale, and I am under my thick, fluffy blanket. Basically March is starting on a very cold and white note. 

I do not have any New Year’s resolutions this year but instead I’ve started monthly goals. I managed to commit to my February goals, which was very motivating even if I did not achieve them all. You can read how I got on with completing my goals last month. 

If you want to be up to date with my goals the best way is to follow me on Twitter where I share all of the ups and downs. 

Last month in total I’ve run for 28.2km. In April I will try to get up to 40km! 

This time around I would also like to increase the speed to 12km for at least a few workouts. Currently I am at 10km. As a reminder I run for a minute then walk for a minute, classic HIIT. In March I want to increase the intensity of the run time to 2 minutes and walk for 1 minute. 

Schedule all posts by the 11th of March. 
Plan posts for April, schedule them by 1st of April. 
New header! Really it’s about time to find something that reflects me more. 

Select and print out images from honeymoon.

Massive hard drive clear out! I do not really want to think about what I will find! I promise to be a heartless monster so I can finally get rid of thousands of images that do not have high value to me.

It’s hard to be motivated all the time but I am sure we can do it! What are your goals?
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  1. That’s actually a good idea because I’ve stopped the New Year’s revolution thing but haven’t really considered monthly goals so thank you for that

    1. Monthly goals are so much easier to stick to, at least for me. I like the fact that all of the extra pressure is removed! What are your goals for April>