Goals for Summer

I originally was going to do a post for my goals for July, but we’re already a week into the month so I decided to make this a post on my goals for the rest of the summer.  I’m busy trying to get myself ready for a vacation, get myself ready for training and get my fundraising in gear.  So here you go!!!

1. Run More

This is always my goal.  I just want to be consistent.  I often find it hard to stay motivated and focused.  I would love some tips (and maybe some encouragement) to stay focused.  I have the training plan for the WDW Half Marathon, but I’m also running the Space Coast Half Marathon which is about 5 weeks earlier.  I need to either find a training plan of that or start the WDW one 5 weeks sooner.

2. Swim More

I know.  I said this last month, but I really want to try to do laps.  I’ll start this again after work tomorrow or on Thursday or Friday.  I wish I knew the length of the pool so I could get an idea of how far I would actually be swimming.

3. Eat More Veggies

This one will be a bit more challenging.  I’m still on a limited budget I’ll have to be smart about the veggies I’m buying.  Any suggestions?

4. Start to Learn Another Language

I just popped over to check my email and I was excited to see that I have access to Rosetta Stone again.  I am so excited.  I was on the wait list for almost a year.  I started to learn Portuguese last spring but ran out of time.  Since we have so many guests from Brazil here, know Portuguese is a definite benefit at work.  I will be starting this as soon as I get home from work tomorrow (after my swim or course!).

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5. Get to 50% in My Fundraising Goal

I’m working on a virtual run series with some really cool medals.  As soon as I have some proofs, I will share it with you here.  In the meantime, if you want to make a donation directly to my fundraising for Give Kids the World, you can do so here.

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