I tried making fried eggplant sticks as part of my 21 for 21 goals. Find out how it went and whether I’ll be making them again.
20 for 20: How did I do?
My friends and I have been doing annual goals since at least 2018. The idea is in 2018, you pick 18 goals. In 2019, you pick 19. And so on. Last year, I got a great start to the year. But then March came, the pandemic hit and things got a little … weird. Suffice… Continue reading 20 for 20: How did I do?
In just a month, I’ve lost 7.2 pounds on WW. So far, I’ve liked how I can adjust as needed depending on what I have going on that day, week or month. If I know I’m going to be splurging on New Years, I just save up some points for the week by eating a… Continue reading WW Success!
Didn’t cut it
Here are the 20 for 20 goals that didn’t make the cut this year: Read 32 books. I’m at 31 this year and probably could do this, but I like the 12 nonfiction better. I’ll still set a Goodreads goal. Sell $1,000 on Poshmark. I’ve sold about $300 so far, so this is quite the… Continue reading Didn’t cut it
I started early on one of my goals for 2020, which is to join WW (Weight Watchers for the uninitiated). It feels like a very middle aged thing to do, but since I needed something to track my food, progress that isn’t going to take up too much time, I think this may be a… Continue reading Early Start
20 for 2020
Here’s my goal list for 2020. I started with about 30 goals and narrowed it down to 20. Some of these I’m hoping to knock off right off the bat, so I put them at the top. Most of the 30 I took off were going to be expensive and since I’m trying to save… Continue reading 20 for 2020
19 for 2019
In 2019, I attempted to reach 19 goals, creating more success than I did in my previous 18 for 2018. Here’s the list, along with how I did. Pay off car. Well, I wrecked my car, so technically it got paid off, but now I have a new car payment, so not really sure how… Continue reading 19 for 2019