Big Goals are Scary πŸ‘»

The beginning of my week felt like I was skipping in a field of wild flowers. Here is how I felt:

Been practicing a daily yoga/ meditation/ gratitude for a couple of months now. Recently I have found myself watching drama but not getting sucked in. Or recognizing passive aggressive attitudes and be able to walk away.

Mid week I was in tears over my big scary goal. Now I have a step by step plan. Although the goal is HUGE and I am fighting with imposter syndrome, I know I have gone through worse so I can get through this!
In my no spend news, I broke it temporarily. Let me explain. I have been looking to save time after work so that I can work out, go on a family walk, and have time for dinner and relaxation. I recently purchased
5 glass reusable lunch containers so that I can pre-fill them as I meal prep each weekend. In addition, I purchased reusable cloth bags so that I can pre-fill them with my workout clothes. I calculated that I could easily save about 30 minutes each night
by not putting together lunch for the next day, packing my clothes, and makes shakes. I will be spending a little extra time on the weekend to get these things ready but the net of time saved vs. extra time spent still leaves me with more time to relax during
the week. I chalk this up with a smart purchase and acceptable way to break my no spend year.

  • Best Podcasts of the Week
  • What’s Cooking
  • What am I reading?
  • House Hack
  • Random Stuff

Happiness is the reward for a life lived in harmony, with courage, grace and generosity. – Anonymous

Best Podcasts of the Week

I was looking for a funny yet woo-woo podcast and found Go Help Yourself. Misty and Lisa are two comedians that read self-help books and breakdown the books during their podcast. I started this podcast with episode Wanna get your life together…ish? Check it out!

Show Notes: This week Misty and Lisa bring to you the very Practical Patty book review of Get Your Life Together(ish): A No-Pressure Guide for Real-Life Self-Growth, by Julia Dellitt, released just this year!

Julia Dellitt is a freelance writer whose work has been published by BuzzFeed, Forbes, Self.com, Lifehacker, BRIDES, The Everygirl, Aaptiv, and more. She graduated from the University of Chicago with a master’s in religion and literature, and from Augustana College with a degree in English and political science. She lives in Des Moines, Iowa, with her husband and two children.

Lisa and Misty cover some of the challenges within the five chapters:

1. Lifestyle

2. Health

3. Relationships

4. Finance

5. Career

What’s Cooking

Homemade chicken soup all thanks again to the keto/paleo crew! This recipe was ridiculously easy because I totally splurged on pre chopped onions, celery, and carrots.

Am I still on a no spend year? YES. Did I just need a little help in the kitchen? YES. Do I over spend on pre chopped veggies every week? NO. Do I feel bad for buying pre chopped veggies? NOPE. Should you? HECK NO!

CROCK POT CHICKEN SOUP (PALEO, KETO, WHOLE30)

Enjoy!

What am I reading?

It has been a slow week on the reading front this past week. I am still on Calm the F*ck Down by Sarah Knight.

How to control what you can and accept what you can’t so you can stop freaking out and get on with your life.

House Hack

We all #2 πŸ’© and probably either saw or personally own poo toilet spray. At first I thought it was a total scam and now I am a believer! Butt (pun totally intended) I find it crazy expensive (still on my no spend challenge) and decided to find a recipe to make my own. Here is the recipe that I came across that uses distilled water, alcohol, and essential oils.

Did you know that Best Buy does free electronic waste recycling? No reason to toss that old modem/router in the garbage now!

Random Stuff

Struggling to calm my mind as I work towards my 2019 goals. They are HUGE!

Enjoying the fall colors.

Cheering on parents as they run with their kids or push them in strollers. #learninghealthyhabitsearly

Integrity is choosing courage over comfort; choosing what is right over what is fun, fast, or easy; and choosing to practice our values rather than simply professing them. – Anonymous

8 thoughts on “Big Goals are Scary πŸ‘»

  1. I did not know that about Best buy in recycling but does that mean you have to buy something there to get it recycled another words if you buying a new computer to replace your computer the recycle that or can you just walk in with some electronics and they’ll recycle. Several times through the year my city does electronic waste disposal for free.

    I guess you can justify anything to spend money. Lol. I’m teasing you.

    Keep up the good work

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      1. Well if it doesn’t go away, maybe you better consider what you’re eating to make it stink so much. Lol. Lol. Lol

        And I can’t believe we’re talking about poop smell. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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