Last Thursday, as Joey and I dug into our lunch at Chipotle (seriously, how much better is Chipotle after a 3 week hiatus from eating it?!), I suggested we make some goals for the month.
To which Joey said, “I think I’m doing pretty good in life, so I’ll pass.” He’s no fun. But I gave him “the look” and 5 minutes later we were busy brainstorming.
I decided my goals would be to 1. Start going through my French book. I bought one a couple weeks ago so I could reacquaint myself with the language. I took 5 years of it in school, but never took it seriously and now I so wish I spoke another language. 2. Lift 2x/week. I’ve been “lifting” for years but only half heartedly and recently, only as a way to say I worked out without actually feeling like I worked out. If you’re thinking that sounds like a waste of time, it’s because it is. I’ve been taking it more seriously in the past couple of weeks and it feels really good! 3. Realize when I’m in a bad mood and make a concentrated effort to get out of it. You know, instead of just stewing in my own crankiness.
Joey had a couple solo goals too, but we’re most excited for our joint goals. 1. Cut back on the amount of time we spend on our phones. For me, being on my phone is actually an addiction. I get sucked in SO easily and so often and it’s definitely a bad habit I’m looking to break. 2. Joey does the meal planning for two weeks. I have serious control issues when it comes to the food we eat and generally anything that goes on in our kitchen. I have a mini panic attack every time I watch Joey cook. Like a “oh my god, I just cleaned that stove and now it’s covered in diced onions!!!!” panic attack. Joey on the other hand, never contributes to the meal planning and feels like he should. I think this’ll be good for both of us. I think there was a third goal but I’m drawing a blank…
I’m usually not the type to make a list of goals, but for some reason I felt motivated to try it. They’re not anything crazy and who knows if they’ll carry on past February. All I know is that after our lunchtime brainstorming session, I felt seriously rejuvenated. Or maybe that was just the Chipotle.
There’s nothing wrong with starting out the month with some good intentions, right?
Do you ever make monthly/weekly/yearly/etc. goals?
Is there something you get controlling about?
What’s your favorite thing to get at Chipotle?
2 thoughts on “February Goals”
I think those are great goals, and my hubby would have the same reaction if I told him to make goals!!
Ha ha, men!