So we’re officially through the first quarter of the year. April is here, though winter weather seems to be willing to pop back in every so often (as we’ve had several chilly mornings). Since we’re going to be having a new moon in a few days, it’s time to look back on the goals that were set during the Pisces new moon and see how I did with them.
So the short list of things to work/focus on during the Pisces new moon period included:
Continue working on the transition plan—namely making sure that my linkedin page is good, and continue networking and adding value (plus start really trying to narrow down the companies and locations).
Continue with my daily oracle card readings
Work on my afghan or start making some jewelry
Continue reading personal and professional development books.
So how did I do with each goal?
I continued to slowly work on my transition plan—I didn’t spend as much time on linkedin as I should have—but between readjusting to day light savings time and getting over a mild case of the flu—I think I did okay (not great—but okay).
I only missed one week of doing my daily oracle card readings (and that was the week I had a mild case of the flu and didn’t feel like doing much of anything). I will be doing a review of the deck and some of the readings that I did as a blog post later in the week.
In terms of the crafts—this didn’t happen. I did look at my beads and things for making jewelry—I just didn’t finish the bracelet. The afghan is still about a third of the way done, and depending on how things go it may stick that way for a couple of months (I don’t usually work on knitting projects in the warmer weather).
I managed to finish one book this month (but I also managed to start like another four or five different ones). March was one of those months where I was more in the mood to read fiction than non-fiction. When I started the first 101+ goal challenge last year I think the book list started out at about fifty books—now it’s over 200 books. Though I will say that I’ve managed to read 29 out of the current 242 books on the list.