I hope you all had a great weekend! You may have noticed I didn’t post yesterday like usual. I decided that I’m going to take a break from posting on Sundays. Sunday mornings are generally pretty crazy in these parts considering I work at my church, so to pump out a post can be stressful at times. You might see one every once in awhile if I feel up to writing a post on Saturday evening, but don’t count on it.
Anyways, let’s chat about my goals for June. For you newer readers, I like to set a few health goals for myself each month. Posting them on here helps me stay accountable to them and hopefully gives you all some inspiration to make some goals for yourself too. I’m a huge advocate of goal setting. Read HERE for some tips to help you achieve your own goals.
Before I share my new goals for the month of June, let’s review how I did on my May goals.
- Eat at a new-to-me local Salt Lake City restaurant.
CHECK! We went to Market Street Grill for some celebrating a few weeks ago.
- Find a new hiking trail and try it out!
FAIL. I don’t know what my deal is with this one. I didn’t accomplish this one in April either. I really have no excuses, so I just need to get out there and do it.
- Bake at least three times.
Goal #1: Participate in Courtney’s June Yoga Challenge.
I’ve been trying to do more yoga within the past couple months, but I’d still like to incorporate more into my schedule than what I have been doing. I will challenge myself to do yoga three times each week throughout the month of June. You can participate too! #juneyogachallenge
Goal #2: Grill dinner at least twice a week.
During the summer months, we try to keep the oven off as much as possible since it heats up the house so much. Using the grill makes food taste great and helps keep the house cool.
Goal #3: Limit coffee consumption to one twelve ounce mug four days per week.
I would really like to cut back on my caffeine consumption. I used to have two twelve ounce mugs of coffee per day, and I’m slowly but surely backing off of that. Eventually I’d like to get to the point where I don’t feel like my body “needs” the caffeine to get going in the morning.
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- What did you do this weekend?
- What are some of your current/recent goals?