January Goals--Update

Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Here's how I did:
January Goals


Food

Make homemade mozzarella cheese DONE!

Start Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day DONE!
Full blog post coming soon on how it turned out (AMAZING)

Make homemade ravioli (was going to make butternut squash ravioli, but since I didn't get around to making the pasta, I made butternut squash sauce instead. yum.)



Books
  1. Finish The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher DONE! (interesting history of the first detectives...but kind of slow)
DIY
  1. Cat toy for Suki DONE!

  1. Make liquid bath soap from bar soap DONE!

Finances
  1. Set grocery budget and begin purchasing gift cards to buy the groceries each week to help us stick to the budget. DONE!
Home
  1. Clean out garage (started...about half way there)
Health
  1. Reduce sugar intake (actually went the opposite way on this and am pretty sure I doubled my sugar intake the past month. I blame the lemon tree, the sale on Bluebell ice cream, and my bad habit of eating chocolate chips straight from the bag. Sigh.)

5 comments:

  1. good for you! suki says thanks :)

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  2. Well Done!! Let's see, what did I do last month.....can't remember...but nothing as ambitious as you.

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  3. Girl, you are awesome! You make me motivated!!! And don't feel bad about the whole " choc chips straight from the bag," because...I do it too :)

    I need to set some goals too. But I hestiate to write them out for all to see me fail :)

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  4. OMG, you made mozzarella? How? I want/need details.

    I'm also very interested in the bar soap to liquid soap (Pinterest?) and Artisan Bread, but mostly I'm interested in the cheese.

    You have a great month, keep it up. And tell me about the cheese. :)

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    1. Christy, I actually used a kit for the cheese! It was really easy. I will find the link for the kit I used and get it to you. And yep, Pinterest for the bar soap to liquid soap.

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