What happened to…

…the first half of September?

So much for my plans and goals.  Good grief, all good intention and no action.

Well, to be fair there was a bit of an unexpected twist to the first week and a bit that threw pretty much everything to the four winds and which simply took priority over any self-indulgent blog posting by me.
My Dad went to hospital with gall bladder issues towards the end of last month and they finally allocated a time for surgery in early September.  So shortly after I posted all my initial thoughts on what I was going to do in September, it became clear that I was going to have to relax and change priorities.  Which is why it has been so quiet here.

Dad has since had his surgery, his recovery took longer than expected before we headed home, and naturally trying to be useful to my parents was more important than my planned goals for the month.  So the September goals have been largely put in hiatus, but not entirely.

I have re-visited Jo’s My Organized Chaos with the first of her free videos and plan to use the thought work & baby-steps from that alongside any changes I make through taking part in A Season of Change as a base for the next little while, so all my plans are not gone and forgotten.

So here are the main goals again, and many of them overlap with the other sources of motivation I’ve just mentioned. I’m going to try and see how many of them I can actually manage to do.  My aim of trying to hit all areas may have been a bit pie in the sky, but I guess that’s just par for the course with me.  Lots of lofty goals, slightly less follow-through.  Ah well, I am who I am and I just have to accept and work with that.

Here’s to hitting some goals in the last half of September and on through the rest of the year too.


  • No Spend Month
  • Nutrition.
  • Water – 1 ltr every day.
  • Exercise every day.
  • Listen to hypnosis tracks every day
  • Reading every day.
  • Photography – once a week.
  • Blogging daily.

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