One month update – 30 by 30
Today I’m one month into my 30 by 30. Doing some simple math makes me think I should get 2-3 things done off the list every month. So lets see how I did.
Well first things first, I finished the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. It was an amazing experience. Be sure to check out my recap here.
I also visited a new city! Technically I went to multiple different cities, but I’m only counting it as one because it only got one new pin on our newlywed map. Yay for San Francisco (hint: I’ll be posting recaps from our trip next week).
I tried a new food too. I was late jumping on this bandwagon, but I finally tried quinoa. It was really tasty and Hubby enjoyed it too.
I also started up a volunteer event. Well actually I just agreed to continue an ongoing event. We moved to a new office location and a guy I know who used to sit over there did can recycling and donated all the proceeds to charity. He asked if I would take over. So I agreed. Yay for helping the community!
So technically I only crossed one thing off my list! Ahh. I need to get going on this thing…
- Molten Lava Cakes
- Baked Doughnuts
- Indian Meal (chicken tikka masala and naan)
- Continue to bake for a good cause
- Try three foods I’ve never had (1: quinoa)
- Get to my goal weight
- Work out on a regular basis
Complete the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer (check out my recap here)
- Visit at least 3 new cities (1: San Francisco)
- Pack a picnic dinner and see a movie on the Esplanade
- Go to the beach! (can you believe Hubby and I haven’t had a beach day since we moved to Boston 3 years ago)
- Go to the Cranberry Festival in October
- Take a spontanious trip with girlfriends
- Talk to younger siblings (A and L) on a regular basis
- Plan/host a girls night (in or out)
- Go visit my little brother’s college dorm room
- Meet my friend’s babies in the Midwest
- Babysit/Spoil my new nephew as much as I can
- Send birthday cards to my siblings, parents, and nephew
- Plan a date-day with Hubby
- Take a cooking class
- Read the photography books my dad got me
- Finish all the nearly-complete kitchen projects
- Fully de-clutter our place
- Volunteer for something at least four times (1: volunteered to take care of the ongoing can-recycling project at work)
- Plan a Boston area food blogger event