My March Goals Update – Week 4 of 4

Hi there! This series shares my goals, bucket list items, and progress made every month.

This Month’s Goals

My March goals were influenced by spring cleaning and renewal vibes. For background on each goal, see the goals from March Week 1.

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1. Make a New Vision Board

Done. I made a general vision board and then typed out the more specific goals I made last week.

2. Read My March Challenge Book

The Book is: Killers of the Flower Moon

March goals: killers of the flower moon

Done. And I believe this book should be mandatory reading in upper-level American history classes. It terrifies me that this story was buried so well. And for so long.

Check out the March reading challenge email and march book thoughts for more on our monthly reading adventure. April’s challenge is coming to the site this week! 🙂 >>

3. Clean out A Crazy Kid Room

Done. I put some heavy winter dresses in her closet this week too.

March goals, decluttering

4. Get Back to Gratitude Writing

Done – but ongoing. I’m 12 days into a good routine. Today, I’m grateful for…

  • A consistent schedule this week. No big hiccups to pivot with.
  • Having a relaxing family night with the kids last night.
  • A good night’s sleep. I slept hard last night and woke up ready to go.

5. Have a Little Holiday Fun With the Kids

Done. We did the free St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt, and ate green eggs, corned beef, and cabbage.

For Easter this weekend, we’ll have fun by doing the Easter Hunt. I also like to hide their Easter baskets and then leave letters to where to find them inside of eggs.

For example, if a child’s color of egg is green, and I hide their basket in the oven, they’ll find “o” “v” “e” “n” in separate eggs. They have to decode the letters to find the basket.

6. Watch a Documentary (12 for the Year)

2/12. I watched the Jennifer Lopez documentary called “The Greatest Love Story Never Told.” In truth, I didn’t love it.

I enjoyed seeing her normal life. I also thought it was incredible that she believed in herself enough to finance the project with her own 20 million dollars.

But I didn’t realize it would be about her relationship with Ben Affleck. It felt like she was overly sensationalizing their relationship and discounting anything that happened between the years they were together.

7. Complete a “Dry” March

Going strong. I plan on continuing this into part of April as well now.

8. Finish Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

We’ve been reading consistently. We’re not done, but should be in a week or two. We are loving the 2nd book even more because it features more women we know, like Ellen Degeneres and J.K. Rowling.

9. Visit a new Coffee Shop

Done! See last week’s update for more.

I’ll update you every Monday to share how I’m doing with these goals.

Stay tuned for next week. You’ll see new April goals then!

Until next week,

Jenn Kropf

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