Day 29: Goals for the Next 30 Days

My boyfriend and I have been trying to eat at home more often. We only went out to eat once last week. As opposed to every single night, this has been a huge accomplishment for us. One of my goals is to stick to this!


Along with that, I’ve been buying some dairy free products and I want to continue on with that since my stomach has really been feeling SO much better. (I’ll have a “dairy free me #2” post shortly– last time we went grocery shopping we went to Walmart and they practically had nothing for dairy free people!)


I tried this vegan chicken (Gardein Mandarin Orange Crispy Chick’n):


It was the first vegan “meat” I’ve ever tried and I actually thought it was really good. I think one of my goals will be to eat “meatless on Monday’s” (or at least once a week).

Another goal of mine will be to go to work 5 days a week! Even though that’s been my goal all of this month and it probably was my goal last month, too. But, not only do I want to work 5 days a week but on the weekdays I want to force myself to stay at work at least until 2am even when it’s not busy. And on the weekends, the earliest I’ll allow myself to leave is 4am.

And the last, but definitely not least, goal I have for the next thirty days: start and finish another blogging challenge!

My last day of this challenge is tomorrow! Whew! I’m ready for my next one! πŸ˜›

Thank you for stopping by πŸ’‹

14 thoughts on “Day 29: Goals for the Next 30 Days

  1. Congrats on making it through your first month! (: I’m right there with you. Sounds like you have some positive goals to make, you can do it! Staying later at work can be a struggle some days, but the money is definitely worth it!

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    1. Thank you! πŸ’— I hope I can make my goals! Staying later will be especially hard, but you’re right! Thank you again! πŸ’— I’m glad I found your blog and have been able to connect with you about so many different things! 😊

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      1. You’re welcome! 😊 and you can do it! Take it one day at a time. And awww thanks, I’m glad you did, too, because I enjoy our conversations 😊

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    1. Ugh yeah it’s such a bad habit. It’s so expensive and you can pretty much make the same things at home (in bulk, more than once) for half the price it costs for one plate at a restaurant! It’ll be a great goal for us both to work on! πŸ˜ƒ

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    1. It does save money but it’s hard finding recipes and stuff for just two people and we end up wasting a lot of food!! But I like the saving money part so we’re gonna keep at it! 😊

      The vegan nuggets were actually good, they tasted like real chicken lol but my boyfriend wouldn’t even try it. ☹️


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