The doctor is back. It's the first of March, time to once again be held accountable for what we've done or haven't done to accomplish our year-long resolutions.
Here's my check-in.
1. Revise The Letters Never Sent and submit it to the publisher.
-This goal went great! At the beginning of February I literally tuned out the rest of my life and went nuts over this. I cut, pasted, reworded, etc. etc. I read the entire manuscript aloud. It was revision at its best (for me at least) and I hope my changes were worthwhile. My final word count ended up at 90,ooo. Then my manuscript went out to my first readers. I am anxiously awaiting their feedback.
2. Finish a rough draft of Danielle, Never The Bride. I am at 20,000 words (out of 75K).
-Because of my work on Manuscript Number Uno, this didn't see ANY of my attention last month.
3. Get started on our long-term savings.
-Tax return. And at least this year it isn't spent on paying off debt.
4. And finally the only resolution that is really related to health: See a number on the scale that I haven't seen in a couple years.
-I ate really well for two weeks of the month. I only lost one pound in February though. Not great, I know. I actually lost two and gained back one. Still, I am down about five-eight pounds since the dreaded Christmas weigh-in. I have nine pounds to go to my goal weight. I am confident March is going to go better.
HOW ARE YOUR GOALS GOING? ARE YOU ON TRACK OR NEEDING A KICK IN THE PANTS?