February Goals & Habits

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Hey there, happy Wednesday!  I hope your week is going well so far.  For today's post, I am going to recap how I did with last month's goals and habits, and then share this month's goals and habits.  Let's get to it, shall we?


Goals:

1.  Clean out bathroom closet/drawers.  Check!  I may have done this the last day of January, but it got done.  It's much more organized, I recycled a bunch of packaging, and had a bag full of garbage.  Feels so good to have done!


2.  Clean out my sweaters.  Check!  I got rid of only a few sweaters, but with reorganizing, I made a good amount of room in my drawers.  I utilized some under the bed storage, putting my work cardigans there, and it's made such a difference.


3.  Clean dishwasher.  Nope.  To be honest, this makes me a bit nervous.  I'm worried I will remove a few things, and then break the whole dishwasher.  I know that's a little extreme, but I think I'd feel better doing this on a weekend when my dad is in town.  Just for some moral support.


4.  Freezer cleanout/stock freezer meals.  Check!  It always amazes me what a little reorganizing does to my freezer - I find so much room!  I also added to the freezer this past month, with Chicken Shawarma from the Skinnytaste Meal Prep cookbook (so darn good!), and some chili.  


Habits:

1.  Drink 120 ounces of water each day.  It's dipped a little as work has gotten busier, but otherwise I have been on track with my water intake.


2.  Daily Vitamin.  This has become part of my daily routine.  I did run out, but Amazon recently restocked, so I am set to go now!


3.  Daily Collagen.  Another thing that has become a daily routine.  I still have a little bit left, but placed my next order to (hopefully) ensure I don't miss any days.  Again, if you are looking for a collagen powder, definitely contact Biana!


4.  Daily Walks.  Well, it was like I put this out there, and then found every excuse in the book not to go out for a walk.  Sure, there were some days I got out, but it wasn't the consistency I was hoping for when making this a habit.  Hopefully February will be better!


Now that we have covered last month, here's what my goals & habits are for February.


Goals:

1.  Schedule workouts.  I am great with working out MWF, but lately Tuesday and Thursday have been a bit tough.  I'd like to make sure to 'schedule' my workouts for those days each week, to ensure I get in some exercise.


2.  Clean out workout clothes.  I tend to rotate through a handful of workout clothes each week, yet I have many more in my closet.  Time to give them a good cleanout, and donate those that never get worn.


3.  Go Clean Co. my floors.  While I wasn't successful with my dishwasher, I'd like to 'Go Clean Co.' my floors.  I do need to purchase the mop they recommend, as well as the cleaner(s), but once they are delivered, I will be ready to go.


4.  Source master bathroom decor.  This one may be familiar, given it was a goal multiple times last year.  I still have yet to figure out decor for my bathroom, and it's at the top of the house project list right now.  Decor includes a new bath rug, wall art, shelf, and shelf decor.  I'd also like to frame out the mirror, too.  


Habits:

1.  Drink 120 ounces of water each day.  Still isn't quite a habit, but I think I am getting there!


2.  No phone until after working out.  My mornings go so much smoother when I stay off my phone - it can be such a time suck!  Time to cut back for a more productive morning.


3.  Quick pick up before bed.  There are some nights where I fold my blanket, put the pillows back on the couch, etc. and there are other nights where I leave things exactly as they are when I make my way up to bed.  I always love coming downstairs to a picked up room, so I'd like to get into the habit of doing that each night...not just some.


4.  Daily Walks.  This, of course, is weather permitting.  For example, this weekend is supposed to have a high of 10 degrees, so I don't expect to get a walk in then.  However, when weather permits (and work), I'd like to make sure to get out, at least for a short walk.


That rounds it out for my February goals and habits.


9 comments

  1. Girl, that mop and moping with Tide will change your life! Literally cannot believe how much I enjoy mopping now haha! I made Dustin mop for the first time right after I hurt my knee and he was amazed at how clean the floors felt and looked haha!

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    1. It sounds like a game changer - anything to make me actually enjoy mopping, haha!

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  2. Way to go with all your goals and habits!! I try not to look at my phone until breakfast because you're right, it's a time suck while getting ready! I'm so glad you love the collagen - hope the order gets to you ASAP! Checking out that go clean co you mentioned as well! xo, Biana BlovedBoston

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    1. It's amazing how quickly time can pass when you get sucked into social media, haha! My order came RIGHT on time. I used the last bit this Sunday, and that afternoon the box had been delivered!

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  3. These are some great goals. We try to do a nightly clean up as well. Some nights we're all too tired, but it is such a good feeling coming down to a tidy room.

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    1. It really is! And it just takes a minute or two, normally, so no time at all!

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  4. I want to Go Clean Co our floors, too! I purchased the Tide months ago but never purchased the mop, so I need to do that! Also, I've been meaning to ask you about your collagen. I need to text you because I have some questions. I bought that small can of collagen peptides a couple of months ago and still haven't opened it. I need to!

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    1. Everyone says what a difference it makes using Tide and that mop...I am ready to see it myself!

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