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.
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!
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
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
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