My goals for January were to read at least one book from my to be read pile & change the layout of my blog. I managed to do both things & I can cross them off my list. Yay! I read Need So Beautiful & Love Letters II. Both two fabulous reads. I also finished reading The Dead-Tossed Waves by Carrie Ryan. I loved all of these books, but if I had to choose my absolute favourite it would be Need So Beautifull. I managed to read these books, because I was sick and decided to do a kind of little read-a-thon over the weekend. See, being sick has some benefits.
This month I needed to buy everything I need for my stay abroad. So, last week I went shopping with my sister & bought everything I needed. I’m now almost broke, just kidding, most of the stuff I need I already bought in November/December 2011, but I needed some small stuff that I forgot. I already packed one suitcase & decided to bring another one with me. I just have too many shoes. Too many! I just hope I don’t forget anything.
I needed to be more organized in January. I love making lists, but when things can’t get crossed off I feel anxious & I forget about the list or throw it away. I know! I wanted to be more organized by having a daily planner and using it everyday. But, I didn’t get one & I lost the lists I made. Last week I did made a list of the things I needed to do, finished & get for my internship. So, it can be crossed of, but I really want to be more organised in February too…so it stays.
Another goal was getting a new haircut & Friday I went and the hairdresser changed it. It now looks like this. Yay!
The two toughest goals this month were changing my morning routine & eating breakfast everyday. On days I didn’t had school, I woke up at 9 or 10. I didn’t eat breakfast everyday, but I did drink tea or orange juice when I woke up. I can cross of those two goals for the month January. It is still important to eat breakfast everyday, but I think drinking tea or some fresh juice is a great option (for me) if you get nauseas eating in the morning. I’m going to stick with this, fresh juice, in February & hopefully it will become a routine!
So, it looks like this:
1. Be more organized.
2. Buy everything I need for my stay abroad.
3. Change the layout of my blog.
4. Get a new haircut.
5. Read at least one book from my tbr pile.
6. Change my morning routine.
7. Eat breakfast everyday!
Goals for February are: 1. Be more organized, 2. Every Friday write an e-mail (weekly update) to my best friend, 3. dress up and walk in high heels ( I count this one as one goal) & 4. be positive. 5. visit my grandmother (She lives in Curacao), 6. write everyday in my travel diary & 7. take loads of pictures (Take my camera with me everyday).