March was not a good month for my 12 for 12 challenge.
Two Challenges completed:
Six Challenges started:
- Finish Ulysses (93% of the way there)
- Finish Revising my book (almost done, with a few ‘how did I miss that’ revisions to make)
- Clean the Apartment (got all my laundry done, curtains up, dishes and major cleaning done, but not a full spring-clean)
- Finish 3 Computer Games (finished two, Tomb Raider and Sniper Elite V2)
- Best Pictures movies (two of six watched: Rebecca and How Green was my Valley
- Vegetable: Cabbage (only did one recipe).
Four Challenges not-started
- Acoustic guitar practice
- Bass guitar practice
- Description article for writing blog
- Apple Cinnamon bread
Not every month gets to be amazing, and I got some decent headway into most of the unfinished goals. But setting myself a lot of 15 minutes goals doesn’t seem to work for one reason: it is very easy to put off a 15 minute goal.
As I’m planning April’s 12 Challenges, I’m preparing a schedule that has fewer small goals. I’ll spend one hour after work working on this goal or another. But no more six goals a day that I can put off. Two or three should be enough.
Several goals will be recycled. I will finished Ulysses before starting the next book. I continue cleaning and revising, but not as goals of this challenge. And I mean to pick up the instruments more than once in a month.
Tomorrow, I start again.