1. Walk 500 miles this year
I walked 8 miles this week. So my total mileage for this year: 32 miles down and 468 miles to go.
2. Eat less than 30 net carbs a day
I did this 6 out of 7 days this week.
3. Add twelve new products to my Teachers pay Teachers store this year
I added one new product this week about famous composers and actually sold a product as well:)
Have two date night a month Accomplished
We went out for sushi and watched The Accountant at home (we really liked it, but we enjoy action movies)
Have two family game nights a month Accomplished
Read at least 2 non-fiction books each month Accomplished
Books I have read this month: Living Your Strengths by Don Clifton, 7 by Jen Hatmaker (a must read), The Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas by Linda Dobson, The Everything Guide to Homeschooling Book by Sherri Linsenbach
Have one no spend week a month Accomplished
8. Buy nothing new
So far so good!
This week at the thrift store, we bought a set of Duplo blocks for $3 and a beautiful twin size quilt for $3.
9. Five dollar weekly challenge
My mom had lots of coupons for toothbrushes and toothpastes, so we used those at Kroger and got a nice variety of items for just $.38 each. I also added some pantry items that we had gotten for free/cheap over the past few months that we will not use to donate to my church’s food pantry. Overall, I have been amazed at how much $5 a week can buy for charity, especially if you have coupons and find great sales.