I woke up this morning and couldn’t believe February was over. It seemed to have flown by in an instant, didn’t it? Between training for the race, hosting Galentine’s Day for my girlfriends, snow days, and traveling to Disney, it was in and out of here like a gust of wind.
For March, I want to set some realistic goals . Now that my half-marathon is over, I feel a little lost. All throughout that process, I had a date I was excited about. I was working towards that goal with every mile on the treadmill or adventure through a local park. Now that it’s over, I still want to run but I have a tugging at my soul to do something. Set another goal.
I was talking to my friend Carly last night and we both have Lara Casey’s Make It Happen on our bookshelves to read right now. I was sharing with her that I have tried to start reading it multiple times, but I just don’t know what I want to make happen. It’s like I have all of this energy built up and nothing to spend it on. While I was dating, I guess I put that energy towards being a great girlfriend. Now there’s a void, and the trouble with voids are that it takes so long to figure out what actually fills them. I know shopping feels great, but it won’t solve the problem. At the end of the day, I would just have all of this stuff and a super long credit card statement. Eating probably would feel like filling a void as well, and I’ll admit, I can be a bit of an emotional eater (pass the Papa John’s breadsticks please), but that wouldn’t help either.
So why am I sharing all of this? Because I’m hoping inspiration strikes. I hope that I will figure out what the tone of my blog will be. I read so many about fashion, beauty, and exercise, but I don’t really know what my “expertise” is. That’s where my March goals come into place. This month I want to wholeheart things instead of half-assing them. In the words of Ron Swanson:
So I am currently working on setting my March goals, what are yours?!