Checking more things off my list

January turned out to be a fairly productive month for me. I completed a few things off my list and started a few more.

We finally started our kitchen remodel. I will be posting pics and updates on here at some point as well. I actually did make creme brulee. Two different ways. The blog post is started but just not completed… I sent a birthday card to a good friend who I miss a ton.

I am also marking off learn to ski. I didn’t actually learn to ski, but I did learn to snowboard so I’m counting that. I gave it an honest effort, but it just wasn’t my thing. Hubby absolutely loved it and is going to make it his new winter hobby.

One thing I didn’t do was read a book. Well I read Beedle the Bard, but I’m not counting that. It was only ~100 pages or something. I started Wicked which I’ve been meaning to read for a while. I’m about 2/3 done with it. My plan is to read 2 books in February to make up for it.

And the big accomplishment for January was not eating french fries for a month! It was hard but I did it! I even went to Publick House and sat with two people who had fries on their plates! Now I’m thinking I’m going to give something different up every month in an effort to eat healthier. Still haven’t picked anything for February yet… I’m open to suggestions.

1 Order Denver trip plane tix by 12/31 
2 Order Europe trip plane tix
3 Start kitchen remodel
4 Make creme brulee
5 Work out 3x/wk for 6 wks (one / two / three / four / five / six)
6 Eat no french fries for a month (and I LOVE french fries)
7 Read my D40 manual, and start applying what I’m learning from it – started
8 Finish the major craft project I started 2 years ago
9 Go to a dr about my wrist
10 Send baked goods to family/friends (one / two / three) – started
11 Read 1 book/month (Jan / Feb / Mar / Apr / May / June) – started
12 Learn to ski
13 Plan/Host a girls night (in or out)
13.5 Send at least 5 birthday cards (one / two / three / four / five) – started

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3 Responses to “Checking more things off my list!!”

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    Joelen — December 28, 2008 at 2:02 am

    Do you remember reading about that one woman who has a business dedicated to shipping cupcakes in jars? I so think yours would be way better… and if she could do it, I’m sure you could too! 🙂

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    CB — December 28, 2008 at 5:29 am

    Love your cupcakes in a jar! I definitely have that added to the list of things I wanna do. Now to find some inexpensive mason jars first. HAHA
    /Clara

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    Jen — December 28, 2008 at 6:55 pm

    I get comments like that all the time, but I’d be worried the second I did it for $$ it wouldn’t be fun for me anymore…

    I did have to search long and hard to find the jars. Ended up getting them on Amazon because I couldn’t find them in person anywhere.

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