March 1, 2014

Project Me Update/ March Goals

I have not been posting much about Project Me lately and that is because I became a bit stuck with what to do next. Lucky for me while I was looking for a book to keep me occupied for my 4 hour flight to Orlando I came across “The Happiness Project” by Gretchen Rubin. As I read the subtitle “Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun” it reminded me very much of my own project currently underway. 

I will confesses I’ve only read about a chapter and a half so far, but just that little bit has helped me to get Project Me back on track. In the book she divided the things she wanted to work on into categories, and then assigned each category a month that she would devote to focusing on making the changes in that category before adding in the next category the next month.

March With today being March 1st it felt like the perfect time to set up my own set of goals to help bring me closer to becoming the person I want to be. Since I’ve decided I really need more balance in my life I plan to choose 1 or 2 [non-weight related] physical goals as well as 1 or 2 emotional/mental goals to work on each month.

I tend to have a rather *focused* personality so I like to go all in and then I burn out or get discouraged quickly; so I am really going to make an effort to keep it simple this time.

For this month I think I really need to work on my discipline since I’ve been finding myself falling more and more into complacency. I have a long standing quote I like to throw around

Don't Play Victim and this is what I feel like I’ve been doing. Yes, life is a bit of a challenge for me right now, but choices have been made that have brought me to this point and I need to just suck it up and deal with it.  

So here are the things I want to focus on for the month of March:

  1. SLEEP! I need to establish and stick with a decent sleep schedule to allow my body adequate rest.
  2. Move My Body! I sit around on my bum most of the day. I need to get back to being more active, even if I don’t follow a certain workout routine.
  3. Give myself a “time out” at least once a day to decompress and refocus my energy.
  4. Stop comparing myself to everyone else!

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Do you set time specific goals? What is something you want to work on about yourself in the coming month/months?

4 comments:

  1. That last quote is so true. We don't always see others' behind the scenes moments!

    Setting a sleep goal is SO smart. People often forget how important a good night sleep is - it can make or break your whole days' mentality!! At least for me it can! Good luck on your March goals. You'll do great!

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    1. Thank you!
      Sleep is so important and is usually one of the first things sacrificed

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  2. I need to work on standing up for myself more and speaking my mind in a non-passive aggressive way. I struggle with wanting to keep people happy, but I need to make sure I'm happy at the same time. It's a trade off, I suppose.
    Love the sleep goal. :) You will rock your March goals for sure.

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    1. Thank you, Suzanne!!
      I'm the same way with standing up for myself! I can get pushed around quite a bit because I don't want upset or offend anyone, regardless of how they have treated me.

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