March 2016 Goals (And How I Did With February)

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Wait, how is it March already? Please tell me I’m not the only one who blinked and we were in a new month!

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Before I get to my goals for March, I want to look back on February goals and see how I did…

1. Write and publish my first e-book – CHECK!

2. Go to yoga at least 10x – CHECK! CHECK!

3. Stick to planned budget – womp, womp, womp…

Since I purchased the year of yoga and traveled to Seattle for work, my budget kind of went out the window but those business expenses will work themselves out and yoga will be worth every penny. Besides, it’s all about my health!

4. Growth: Personally / Professionally / Blogs / Social Media – Check, check, check, check!

Some more than others, but it’s a step in the right direction, for sure!

5. Brainstorm what I want to do with my life & my career, while fixing what isn’t working or is no longer serving me – Check

This is a hard one to measure and while I don’t have the answers, I’m feeling better about the process of figuring it out and that to me counts.

6. Make a new friend – Check

I’ve been getting to know some of my coworkers a bit more and so I’m counting that. It’s hard to meet new people outside of the workplace at this age, so if you have any tips send them my way!

7. Finish ‘Into The Wild’ – Check

Took me long enough but it’s done and I did really enjoy reading that book! So many mixed emotions while reading it, I don’t even know where to start.

8. Write Handwritten Letter – Check!

Bonus, my friend even wrote me back! Who doesn’t love non-bill mail?! 🙂

Now without further adieu, here are my goals for March…



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What are some of your March goals?

How did you do with your February goals?

Tips on making new friends outside of work in a new city as an adult?



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27 thoughts on “March 2016 Goals (And How I Did With February)

  1. Christine

    I love your goals for March! They are great! I love that you made a new friend last month. On my goals last month was getting more girlfriend time in which I did well. Also sticking to a budget has been on my list and well I had the same results as you. But its a new month and plan to do better with my goals.
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  2. Mary

    Ohhh making new friends is HARD as a grown up! it’s so weird. I tend to find groups or activities that I like and find friends there, such as a run club, AA, trivia nights, bands, that sort of thing. I felt very fortunate to be an alcoholic when I first moved to LA, my roommate used to joke that she wished she was an alcoholic,- I had friends and plans (meetings, but still, it was somewhere to go) immediately! But run clubs, yoga, spin class…. All good places to meet friends. I usually just try to find a girl I’d want to be haha and say “hi, I’m new in town and have no friends. Please be my friend.” (No tact here! Haha)
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  3. Kate

    Every month I read the goals post— and every month I realize I need to do one— write now I write a monthly master in my planner of things to get done and I’m lucky to get 1 item checked off. I need to put things like: keep my kids Alive, feed my family, and crossfit just so I can feel successful since most days those are the only items that get checked off.

    1. Katie Post author

      I’ve been putting mine in my planner! Put small goals in there for sure! Even if it’s something like “go to crossfit 3 days/week” or something that may be a bit of a challenge but not too much that you get intimidated by it!

  4. Laci

    You go girl this month and last month’s sound awesome !!! I did okay last month but I plan to really step up this month !! Happy March

  5. Melissa May

    How about asking someone to get some tea after Yoga? Is there an open mike night? Look in the newspaper to see if there is a group you’re interested in & go once. Good luck

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