May Recap & June Goals

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May goals collage

Wow, it seems like May went so quickly since it was so packed, but at the same time it feels like my race was MONTHS ago. Here’s a recap on how my May goals ended up:

  • Finish the one-miler in less than 15 minutes (haven’t been able to run as fast with this new injury :( ) and the 5k in under an hour check! Miler was 11:42 and 5k was 45:12. (those damn 12 seconds.)
  • Get back on my super mega debt repayment plan fail.
  • Sell 10 things on Poshmark, eBay, craigslist, etsy, whatever check I guess. Not really sure how many I ended up selling on Poshmark this month, but pretty sure it was 10.
  • Move and travel cost-effectively check. I made it through the move without having to rent a truck or anything, and for all the travelling I did, it was relatively painless.
  • Find a bike for $100 or less on hold. I found a racing bike I loved on craigslist for $200 and it ended up being sold to someone else. I don’t really need a racing bike, just a cruiser to get to work, but I did find a cute one on Target’s website. Reviews aren’t great, but work isn’t that far. 
  • Grow my blog – definitely get a layout done half-pass. The girl I really wanted to work with on my layout, even though her blog and TOS says she works with WordPress, came back and said she doesn’t do WordPress. Oh well. I spruced things up on my own and really like it. There are a few more changes I want to make before I consider it 100% done.
  • Finish my will almost. This turned into a much bigger project (including me creating a life binder and pre-planning my funeral) so there are a few more pieces of info I’m waiting on but for the most part, it’s complete.
  • Keep looking for new job check even if it was a little half-hearted. I did send some apps out early in the month, and looked throughout May, but I was way too busy to be in a full-blown search.
  • Sign up for a dance class on hold. Taking it later this summer in the second session.

Well that’s kind of… disheartening. Looks like June is going to be a lot of cleaning up things that didn’t get finished in May! Goals for June:

  • Sign up for dance class
  • Make travel plans for July 4
  • Read two books
  • Go to the theme park near me (thanks for the free tickets, Coke!)
  • Pay an entire check to my debt
  • Set up my 401k
  • Get my budget back on track
  • Finish unpacking
  • Sell 10 things
  • Buy a bike
  • 20 No Spend Days
  • Sign up and start training for a half marathon

How did your May turn out?