June goals

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My goals for May were:

  • Drive more often – Unfortunately not.  No excuses – I’m just happier as a passenger!
  • Declutter last 2 shelves of linen cupboard and organise bathroom cabinet  yes (at long last!)  I also organised our main wardrobe and tidied up the spare one in the study.
  • Plan dinners and eat more healthy lunches Yes and once I was in the habit it got easier.
  • Read either “The power of now” by Eckhart Tolle or “The life-changing magic of tidying up” by Marie Kondo.  I read the “Power of now” and it was amazing!  I still plan on reading Marie Kondo’s book.

June Mantra:

“Sometimes letting things go is an act of far greater power than definding or hanging on” – Eckhart Tolle

This ties in perfectly with my OLW for 2018 which is release.

My June goals:

  • Drive more often
  • Read 3 books
  • Continue healthy meal planning
  • Make June a dry month
  • Be more mindful

What about you, what are your goals for the month?



12 Comments on “June goals

  1. Love your mantra. Sometimes you really DO need to let go of things. Great job on your May goals, and good luck with June. I need to be more active this month. May wasn’t too bad, but my dance ends this week for the summer, so I don’t want to get too lazy without that.



    • https://my30somethingadventures.wordpress.com/

      Thank you – I’ve learnt so much from reading “The Power of Now” and just felt this quote was brilliant!
      Sorry your dance ends this week – I’m sure you will miss it. It sounds like such a fun way to keep fit 🙂


  2. Healthy meal planning is KEY for me! I often plan my meals Mon-Fri and then let myself “just eat the leftovers” Saturday and Sunday but I buy JUST what I need so Saturday and Sunday often become such a mishmosh of foods or I fall into unhealthier choices…I need to get better about including the weekends!


    • https://my30somethingadventures.wordpress.com/

      They planning is essential for me too. If I don’t make a grocery list, I’m tempted by unhealthy choices. I’m stricter Monday – Thursday and I really need to continue the healthy eating into the weekend more often.


    • https://my30somethingadventures.wordpress.com/

      Me too! It is amazing the difference it makes 🙂


  3. Good work on your May goals! 😉

    And I love your mantra. I used to be someone who hung on to everything and everybody and it’s healthy to realize that this is not really a sustainable tactic!


    • https://my30somethingadventures.wordpress.com/

      Thank you 🙂
      I was the same – I have difficulty de-cluttering at times plus I found saying no difficult so I was often going to things I didn’t enjoy just to please others. But reading “The Power of Now” has opened my eyes to the fact that letting go of what doesn’t make me happy is a gift I can give myself.


  4. I feel so much better when things are organized and decluttered. I have spent the last 8 weeks being home on maternity leave doing just that. Having the baby come early totally threw me for a loop with getting things done, but now I am just getting rid of everything and it feels better lol.


    • It is amazing how good decluttering and organising a space can feel! I want to read the book that Marie Kondo wrote “The life changing magic of tidying up” which I’ve heard about.
      The early arrival of your baby must have quite a surprise! Well done on still finding time to declutter!


  5. Hey lady,

    Love your short but production list of goals. I need to clean out and reorganize some closets this coming weekend. In fact, thank you, you’ve just inspired me to clean all weekend (not too fun but needed, ya know).

    Good luck on your driving, love. 🙂


    • Thanks Lindsay – I’ve had my licence since I was 19 and then hardly drove for ages. Now I’m just happy to be a passenger because I’m out of the habit of driving.
      Each month I had the linen cupboard on my list of goals and last month I just finished it at last 🙂


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