Saturday, October 10, 2009

Project:Me

So Project:Me officially started today, well actually a few days ago but I'll explain.  This mission, should I choose (and I will) accept it, is to focus on everything that will make me happy and healthy. 

On my Project:Me checklist:

  • throw BD'ing term out the door - time to brin.g se.xy back in the bed room without it feeling like a Project:Baby mission (this is where Project:Me started a few days ago -- felt great to finally 'let loose' and just have fun! throwing pillows to the wind! yahoo!

  • Eat more green veggies

  • Exercise 4 times a week - started this one today with the Tra.cy And.er.son Me.tho.d (as I am typing my arms feel like jello - but I love this burn - die you flappy arms, die!)

  • Indulge in some retail therapy (again this started a few days ago with a pair of hot new heels and a new purse) 

  • Spend more time outdoors before winter comes

  • Learn something new and perfect it (still don't know what this will be yet)

  • Dial down on gossiping

  • Finish Time Tra.veler's wife so I can see the movie with my sister

  • Reconnect with BFF - small steps

  • Get a new haircut (appt next Tuesday - we'll see how adventurous I get!)

  • Pay down credit card bill (I know, point 4 above totally contradicts that)

  • Get back to doing daily devotionals 
that's the list for now...but so far, so good.  Oh, and I got a call from the specialists' office yesterday - my first appointment isn't until Dec 2 but at least I am in and the nurse put me on the cancellation list if there are any earlier openings.  I'm kind of glad, in a way, that it's that far off.  It will really give me a good start on Project:Me.  And who knows what will happen till then, right? 

6 comments:

  1. Wendy, this is great! Since I have 34 days alone on my hands, I should come up with a "Project: Me" as well. I hope that you don't mind me stealing your idea. December seems far a way, but I pray that "Project: Me" helps the time fly by--while also allowing you to enjoy the "Me-Time".

    ReplyDelete
  2. Your attitude is great! Wishing you the best in the future!

    ReplyDelete
  3. What a good idea! Retail therapy has also been doing wonders for me, lol.

    ReplyDelete
  4. focusing on yourself is so important during this time and your plan is awesome. Love retail therapy...very therepeutic.

    ReplyDelete
  5. LOVE your new project Me. Such a great idea. =)

    ReplyDelete
  6. What a GREAT project/idea! I had Operation Sanity that made me focus on all the blessings and important things in my life! It really helps bring life into perspective. I wish you all the best in focusing on YOU!

    ReplyDelete