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Hello to my lovely readers! I have been on a self-improvement kick lately. I recently realized that I’ve been pretty negative and I’ve been letting myself go. I gained forty pounds in the last two years, my panic attacks returned, and I’ve been very down on myself. I decided that it’s time for a change. Nothing is going to get better unless I do something about it. I decided to share with y’all what I am doing about it.
I stumbled across this article by The Cusp about using If…Then statements to set your goals. The basic concept is, if you actually make a plan of what you are going to do, it is easier to follow those goals. Just saying you have a goal isn’t really going to help. You need a plan of action, not just a wish to do something. I thought it was a great idea so I wrote down some if..then statement goals in my notebook to work on this summer.
These are my main goals for the summer! Do you have any goals? What do you think about using if…then statements to set goals? Feel free to share with me below. I would love to hear from y’all!
I will revisit this post in September to update y’all on what has happened.
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Hello! I just wanted to update y’all on what is going on in my life and my plans for the summer. A lot of exciting things are ahead!
I’m back! I’m sorry I’ve been away for so long. This spring was very busy! Today I wanted to share with you some pictures from a mission trip I went on. Every May, I travel with my church to Damascus, Virginia to help run the ministry activities at Damascus Trail Days. Damascus Trail Days is a huge event where the thru hikers on the Appalachian Trail come into the town and celebrate hiking. The ministry I’m a part of provides free food, haircuts, medical attention, vet visits (for trail dogs, and a lot of other stuff. It’s a lot of fun! If you are a hiking fan or just enjoy a good mountain festival, I encourage you to check it out. Damascus Trail Days is always the weekend after Mother’s Day. It usually runs Friday and Saturday but there are some events Thursday and Sunday.