In December, my 30 day challenge was to use less technology, specifically less time spent on my phone. In contrast, this month is more technology. Wait what? You may be thinking, why the swing of things? My work is having it’s third annual March Madness Technology Challenge. This challenge is a team and individual challenge… Continue reading Technology for the Win: March’s 30 Day Challenge
Greetings everyone! Sadly, it’s been awhile since I’ve been able to even think about blogging; even my husband noticed which is saying something. With the grading period ending, essay grading, holiday decorating, Christmas shopping, festive gatherings, and two little ones; clearly, I’m lacking my ability to regularly post. Ah… It’s been so bad I’ve even… Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Results for November!
For May, my goal was to read a book a week for a total of four books by the end of the 30 days. With a full time job and taking care of two little girls, I get very little free time in my day, so this was a particularly challenging goal. Maybe a little… Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Results for May
As the winter months approached, I lacked serious motivation to workout. I’d get up, get ready, work, pick up the kids, play downstairs, kids bedtime, couch time (or blogging time), and my bedtime–exhausting. The patterned repeated; however, now that spring is approaching, I’ve wanted to get my butt in gear by giving myself a little… Continue reading The 30 Day Challenge Results are in for April
Each month I have chosen a task to challenge myself in some way for the better. In January, it was to blog every day–fail. In February, it was to declutter eliminating one item a day from my life–success. In fact, I’m still getting rid of things frequently. A week ago I went through my closet and… Continue reading March’s Results and April’s Plan – 30 Day Challenge Revealed