Do people actually ever accomplish seasonal goals? Let’s find out.
1.Actually do some of the things on my Pinterest “To-Do” Board.
I’m addicted to Pinterest and frankly, I’m an ambitious pinner. There are hundreds of recipes I will never make and canvases I will never paint and also wedding inspirations that, by the time I get married, will be long forgotten (probably). Can I at least get myself to make one damn thing out of my thousands of pins? Let’s find out.
2.Go on a bike ride.
The last bike ride I remember involved me getting scared by a bee, falling, deeply cutting my arm and ripping my favorite jeans. It also involved a creepy man offering to “invite me inside so I can get cleaned up” which resulted in me fearfully wheeling my sort of broken bike home while I bled out. I also nearly blacked out from dehydration. Good times. Hopefully I can put that behind me and find the endurance and strength to ride my bicycle around the park for more than ten minutes.
3. Wear lots of dresses.
I just bought four new dresses. When things are on sale, I can’t help myself. A $55 dress on sale for $13? How was I supposed to pass that up? The thing about dresses are they are so effortless and easy and just adorable. I better actually wear these dresses. I think I will…as long as the damned Poughkeepsie weather decides to actually go above thirty degrees.
4. Keep my straight A’s
Spring means finals are slowly creeping up. Thus far I have maintained a straight A average in my freshman year of college and I must keep up the beauty of an A and A- report card. Maybe I can even scratch off some of those minuses…then again, I’m in Psych. Probably not.
5. Get back into my gym routine.
There was a time where my friend and I went to the gym 6 days a week. We felt great and extremely fit. Then she got sick. Then I got sick. Then we recovered. Then we had spring break…We lost the routine and hopefully we can get it back in time for *dun dun dunnn* swimsuit season.
I think that’s about it for spring…I mustn’t be too ambitious. What are your goals for spring?