I'll start off by saying that March was a far better month for me than February and it was reflected in how I kept to my goals.
Volunteering -- I did some research on volunteering in my community this month, but am still looking for the right fit. Many of the opportunities require time in the middle of the week, which I don't currently have. There are definitely one-off situations in which I plan on volunteering, but I still haven't found a place for ongoing service. Grade: B
Involvement in Hope's School -- I again attended the PTO meeting, which I love. I found out so much about what is going on in her school (and was thrilled by what I heard!) and was able to provide some input. Grade: A
My Health -- I really focused on this area this month and have been doing a great job, if I do say so! As I mentioned in a recent post, I've been eating very healthy foods and have continued to exercise. I feel great in both body & mind! Grade: A
Reading -- I'm continuing to keep up with my reading, though my theme this month might have been "Quality, not Quantity". I started several books that I really didn't like and abandoned them in the middle. However, I read several books that were excellent; some of the best books that I've read in months. If you are looking for a good read, pick up The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender (classified as a YA book, but I feel strongly that it is mis-classified) and A History of Loneliness. Both will stick with you. Grade: I'm Going With An 'A' Because Any Reading That You Do Is A Good Thing
Getting Mom in the Picture -- Finally, there are pictures of me out there! Sure, I took them, but at least future generations will know that I exist! Don't be knocking selfies! Haha! Grade: B
So, like I said, it has been a good month. April is now here and I'm feeling good about things. I hope that you have a wonderful month, whatever your goals may be!