I started a cash budget and managed to stick to it. I also learned that I needed to be more realistic and budget for expenses beyond groceries and outings. The result is a much better sense of where my money is going.
I was insanely busy! Between work commitments, writing goals, working out, and making time for blogging, podcasting, and going out, it’s a miracle I had any time to myself.
I read. A lot. Mostly because all my library books came in at the same time and I had a review to write.
I started documenting my outfits in an effort to get a better sense of my closet and find new ways to pair my clothes. Follow me @lifeingminor (this is the most curated I will ever be)
I started wearing eye shadow again. There is something my skin does not like, but I think I’m closer to finding the culprit after nearly a year without eye product.
How was your January?
If you want to learn more about any of these projects/goals/etc. and how I manage them, let me know.
2 thoughts on “life: January – month in review”
ooh, what were the books you got from the library? love your planner, by the way!
Thanks! I’m actually posting a video about it on Friday 🙂
and OMG so many… off the top of my head:
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne (audiobook)
The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson (reading now)
Broke Millennial by Erin Lowry
The Financial Diet by Chelsea Fagan
The Marriage Contract by Katee Robert (DNF, it kind of dragged)