With September starting tomorrow and with my surgery recovery being much quicker than anticipated, I want to get back into a routine with exercise. I lost it a bit during July and August but now I’m ready to start again.
Here are my September goals.
- To exercise daily
I am going to do the 30 day challenge on the 7 Minute App that I love so much
- To do yoga 3 time a week
Even if it is just 10 minutes at a time
- To ensure the kitchen is tidy every night
It makes my mornings so much better yet for some reason spending the 10 minutes tidying it up the night before just seems excruciating
- To say no more
To things I don’t want to do, with no explanation other than ‘no’
- To make the ‘junk’ food that I crave rather than buying it
I snack a lot when I’m bored but I have all the ingredients for most of the things I crave like peanut butter, chocolate and coconut things
- To honour my hunger
I want to stop eating for the sake of eating and eat nutritious, delicious food when my body needs it. This doesn’t mean that I won’t indulge from time to time but it does mean not eating something when I won’t enjoy it just because it is there
- To organise my wardrobe
I want to arrange it so that the things I wear everyday are more accessible than they are at the moment
- To read more
I have so many books that I haven’t read or have half read because it’s easier to watch TV or play on my phone than it is to read. I want to change that
- To practice Spanish 10 minutes a day
My Spanish isn’t great because I never learnt grammar. I want to improve it. I downloaded the Duolingo app ages ago but stopped using it because I felt I didn’t have time.
The main one I want to focus on is the wardrobe. I have a bunch of stuff in there that I’ve kept because I keep thinking I’ll fit into it again. I’m giving myself til the end of the year so I’m going to pack those items away, pop them in the garage and then in the new year I’m going to try them on again. If they still don’t fit then they go. For some reason these few items have been really hard to let go of. There’s obviously an emotional/sentimental attachment to them but I just can’t quite let them go just yet.
These are pretty simple things but I feel like they’re going to make a huge difference and realistically, most of them will only take an hour out of my day in total. The good thing is a few of them can become a bit of a night time routine if paired together.