June Goals

Today, I am sharing my 10 new goals for June! If you didn’t know, I like to set 10 new goals for myself each month. You can read more about that and my May Goals here.

June Goals - Goal Setting

Some of my goals are the same from last month because I did not complete them. 🙁 Life happens, plans change, we get sick (in my case strep throat).

We all have setbacks, but despite those setbacks, we have to keep pushing to reach our goals! I am excited for a new month and a chance to reset yet again.

Here are my 10 June Goals:

  1. Read a Book!! For real this time.
  2. Run at least 50 miles in June (Only reached 34 in May)
  3. Complete Whole30.
    • Note: I still plan on having a few glasses of red wine here and there. I don’t think it is realistic to cut this out completely.
  4. Complete 20 workout classes at Define.
  5. No shopping.
    • Note: Home improvement projects don’t count.
  6. Try something new in Houston or The Woodlands.
  7. Floss TWICE per day.
    • I have a dentist appointment in July and want to impress.
  8. Plan small weekend getaway with Alex.
    • Some Ideas: Galveston, San Antonio/Hill Country, New Orleans
  9. Complete our Outdoor Patio/Outdoor Living area and blog about it!
  10. Buy rollerblades and start rollerblading!

Some of these may seem silly or simple, but it is what I wanted to focus on for this month! I always like to mix in some fun goals (rollerblading) with some more serious goals (running and Whole30).

Also, I keep having to repeat, “Read a Book” because I keep failing at it. I don’t enjoy reading, but I know I need to do it.

What are some of your goals for this month? Does anyone else struggle with reading books?

-Catheryn

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Comments

  1. I love reading… so I don’t have that problem, but I have a few book suggestions! The girl on the train was fast paced and intriguing. I just started Everything I never told you and so far it’s has a really interesting mix of back stories and charactera. I’d also recommend Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver which is a quick YA read. Or Fangirl by rainbow Rowell because it’s set at a UNL 🙂

    • Oh awesome! Thanks for the recommendations 🙂 I have heard good things about the girl on the train!

  2. I love that you are setting these goals. Inspiring to do some of my own. On the rollerblading, based on your moms history and your moms best friends history, I would think twice on this. I broke my tailbone and Carol had a compound fracture of her wrist, ending her career. Too dangerous. How about improving your golf game? Love, Mom

    • That is good to know. Maybe I won’t be taking up rollerblading after all. I have seen quite a few people in the neighborhood doing it, so it seems popular down here. I do need to work on the golf game. We should take advantage of the free course in the neighborhood.

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