For the first time in over a year, April was such a busy, on-the-go, kind of month! We kicked off the month with celebrating Easter, packed up the car four days later for our trip to Kentucky, spent a weekend working through some tasks for our master bedroom update, I got vaccinated(!) and ended the month on our camping trip in Pennsylvania. I’m honestly surprised by the progress I made on my goals last month with all of that going on! Even so, I do have a few unfinished projects that I am anxious to complete over the next few weeks.
I am eager to see where May leads us. As the “Friday” to my favorite month of the year, I am anxious to make this month extra sweet before, admittedly, the heat and humidity rolls in for the summer. I’m planning for many dinners on the patio, more early bedtimes to take advantage of the early morning sun, and soaking up the presence of spring while it’s still here. Thankfully, many of my goals for May fit into this relaxing vision I have for this month.
What are your goals for the month? I’d love to cheer you on – let me know in the comments below!
Celebrate Easter and start working through Prayer Project journal again. Celebrate Jody’s 30th in Kentuckyand book our anniversary trip in June Use online workout classes and walking to close all 3 rings on my Apple Watch 20 days this month.
- Add ten patches to patch blanket. While I didn’t complete ten, I did love my progress of adding 8 to the blanket!
Finish reading “Rhythms of Renewal”and “Such a Fun Age”
- Leave a surcee for a different friend each week.
Order bed, mattress and furniture for master bedroom. Schedule HVAC and sliding glass replacements Research blogging coursesand register for one.
- Finish watching season 1 of “The Chosen”
Unplug with JBC on our camping weekend in Gettysburg
- Book our anniversary trip (which is next month – yikes!)
- Try four new spring-inspired recipes
- Add 10 patches to my patch blanket
- Commit one hour a week to being still outdoors
- Send an encouraging note to a loved one
- Complete unfinished home projects – master bedroom and pantry refresh
- Set aside one hour a week to pursue blog growth