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Monday, March 4, 2013

goals for March

Wow, February went by so quickly! March is basically the start of spring, at least in my head, but the weather doesn't always agree to this seasonal change right away.  This weekend definitely felt more like spring, though, so with that in mind, I've decided it's time for a few new resolutions.  Spring always makes me want to change things up.

* Learn to bake bread.  I wanted to do this in January, but only followed through like twice.  Now I'm determined!  I'm going to find a good sandwich loaf recipe, because my husband loves homemade bread, and there's nothing better than fresh bread in the house.

* Donate my hair.  I've been needing a haircut for months now, and since I'll be visiting the US next week, I've decided now is the time.  I'm finally going to get a cut, and donate what I have to locks of love.  My hair is ridiculously long, so now is the perfect time, and I'm pretty excited.

* Read more non-fiction.  I read a lot, but I'm seriously lacking in the non-fiction department.  It's a little embarrassing.  So in March, I'm going to read three informative books of some kind, and hopefully learn something new while I'm doing it.  Any recommendations? 

So there we have it, and hopefully March will be a wonderful month.  I'm actually pretty excited for everything in store for us this month, but a little part of me just wants it to be over.  Might as well make the best of it and enjoy things though, right?  So anyway, maybe that is my fourth goal...enjoy the present.  If we keep having sunny days like today, it shouldn't be that hard. 


  1. I have always wanted to make homemade bread!! Maybe I should look into investing in a bread making - I am hungry just thinking about it! lol

    You should read the Happiness Project, its a GREAT read! Its super cheap on Amazon - I have a link on my blog if you want:


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