I deleted that title at least seven times before settling on just “Updates.”  I haven’t done March’s goals yet and I haven’t come up with what I want to say today outside of man, it’s been a while.

I stopped doing goals for the last few months because life has spiraled.  Things went from status quo to rock bottom to slowly coming back around. I’m finally realizing that things are never fully going to be back to normal, especially since my “normal” has changed.  So, updates on what I’ve done since November:

  • Currently in the middle of three classes with two left to take and then I will graduate!
  • Miles reached for Walk to Mordor: 2,496.64.  1,167.36 until challenge is over!
  • Weight: 223.2 
  • Signed up for my first marathon.
  • Worked as an Assistant Stage Manager on a production.  
  • Survived the Government Shutdown.
  • Got a new tattoo.
  • Signed up for RTY 2019 with Ray.
  • Signed up for the B.F.D. and the King Crab Challenge this year. 

There are a few others things, like moving out of my house, finding a new therapist, apply for details as far from DC as I can get, destroy someone and reconnect with some old friends for reasons that I’m still trying to understand myself.  I’m still spiraling but something has to change right?  Goals help.  That was the point of doing them in the first place.

So March goals:

  • Reach 350+ miles.
  • Get under 220—I was so close to!
  • 10 blog posts.
  • 20 books.
  • 6 vlogs
  • 100 squats a day
  • Take a Skyfit Class
  • Save up funds for the Dopey Challenge
  • Save up funds to take my last two classes
  • Continue half training program
  • Take a kickboxing class
  • Take a pole dancing class
  • Track my food for a week and see what I can cut out.

I think that’s enough for right now.  That’s a lot of classes and things to save up for.

Listening to:  Frank Turner’s Station on Amazon.

Reading: The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden

Quote of the Day:  “Maturity is the ability to think, speak and act your feelings within the bounds of dignity. The measure of your maturity is how spiritual you become during the midst of your frustrations.”― Samuel Ullman


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