It’s a Holiday weekend, but I still wanted to share my July goals with you. The weather here in Wisconsin made it feel like summer got a late start, and now it’s just speeding by. My husband just reminded us that it’s only 6 months until Christmas. Ugh. I just can’t even think about that. Or snow.
Anyways, in between baseball games,BBQ’s, parades, and fireworks, I thought I’d take a look back at June, and then jump into my July goals.
1. Get Summer plans finalized. Yes and No. Mr. B is in summer school, and we completed our first road trip. I picked a date for the twins’ Nicuversary party, and the tentative dates of my birthday trip, but haven’t made any reservations.
2.Clean out my closet and Mr. B’s room. Again, No and Yes. My closet is a big, fat no. Mr. B’s room is CLEAN!!!! I actually didn’t even have to help. My husband and Mr. B took care of it. It has looked awesome and stayed that way for a whole week and counting!
3.Finish the Whole30 and figure out what happens next. Yes! I finished the Whole30!!!! Since then, I’ve been watching my sugar, and have incorporated other things back into my diet. I eat a little dairy (yogurt, cream cheese,) a little whole grain (100 calorie flatbreads,) but still eat a lot more veggies. I’ve also actually been back to enjoying eggs again! You can read my results HERE and a couple of recipes HERE.
4.Plan out blog posts for the month, and get some done ahead of time. I have quite a few Micro Preemie Monday stories lined up, but that’s about it.
As a whole, I don’t feel that June was super successful. It was a month of transitions, travel, and it just went by in a bit of a blur. However, I’m ready to take on July. So, here we go.
1.Make reservations for Birthday Trip. Airfare and hotel need to be reserved. We’re going to VEGAS!!!!!!!!!
2.Create Magic for my little Ballerinas. The summer session at the dance studio will be the first time I have my own class, instead of substitute teaching. I’m super excited to share my love of dance!
3.Get our Routine back. Mr. B will be in summer school for all of July, so I’m looking forward to getting the twins into a routine with some sort of activity and childcare at the gym for social interaction.
4.Potty Training Boot Camp. Preschool is coming up at lightening speed, and the twins need to be at least on their way to being fully potty trained. Time to break out the Pogo Panda, Thomas the Toilet, and say goodbye to diapers.
I think that’s about all I can handle for the month. That last one is going to be a killer.
How’s your summer going so far? Hope you have a great holiday weekend, and please feel free to share your plans in the comments.