2015 Goals Check

goalsApril has flown by. May one of my favorite months begins today. I enjoy May because for me it is a month of celebration. I get to celebrate the birth of my husband, our anniversary and Mother’s Day. With another month in the books it is time to review the goals I set for myself at the start of this year.

Goal number one was to improve my health and fitness. Last year I was consistent in drinking at least 80 ounces of water each day. I had become slack with my water intake and my body was really suffering. During the month of April I turned my focus to drinking more water.  I was able to drink plenty of water almost everyday in APril and I plan to continue with this habit moving forward. I did miss several gym workouts due to not feeling well after being bit by a spider and my annual WBL Report kept me at work late more than I expected. However I did not give up and I am still making progress with my workouts and on the scale.

My second goal was to become a better disciple by reading my Bible and spending time in prayer.  I have currently read 31% of the Bible. My pastor recently issued a 30 day prayer challenge in which I am participating.  I am still determined to read my Bible and the commentary that accompanies the passages during 2015. So far I am right on track. David and I are still meeting with our small group.  Due to some illness and a busy time at work I have been unable to meet with the ladies to support each other during this endeavor, however we are still sending email, text, and supporting each other as we move along.

Goal three for the year was to blog more consistently. April turned out to be my lowest blogging Month. I only blogged 9 out of 30 days. While I did not post as often as I wanted too, I feel that is under the circumstances I actually still did pretty well.

Overall, I feel that April was a successful month for most of my goals. I need to work a little harder overall in order to continue to see progress.

Picture from http://www.womenshealthmag.com/life/how-to-set-goals

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