~ Lose 8.2 lbs for the October 3% Challenge
I didn't quite make this goal. I did lose 4 lbs though!
I did NOT get my hair cut this month even though I am starting the eternal debate of whether to stay short or grow my hair out longer! I really would like to have my long, curly hair back. I don't have a cut schedule until January 2, 2020 so here's hoping!
Done! It only took about 5 minutes!
October 5th was my hometown's Homecoming. I wasn't feeling very well that day but I did make it to the gathering for a few hours. It was a fun time of looking at the booths and catching up with friends.
The Bedford Fall Foliage Festival is always the first 2 weekends in October. I took Laken to the festival on Saturday, October 12th. Kaylee went with Shawn, her boyfriend, and Doug's back was hurting so he stayed home. Laken and I ate, shopped and browsed the hundreds of booths. It was nice to spend some one-on-one time with my youngest. I need to do the same with Kaylee sometime.
Our Harvester Class (Ladies Class at Church) made 45 pies to sell at Homecoming. Friday, the 4th was "Pie Day". There were 4 ladies + my dad there to make the pies. It was a long day, but we had fun :) I do have some apples here at home that I'd like to make into either pies or dumplings when I get the chance.
~ Carve Pumpkins with the girls
We did NOT carve pumpkins this year. This is the first year since they've been born that we didn't and I don't really even know why we didn't. I guess we just didn't take the time to go purchase pumpkins and that is kinda the first step!
~ Attend each week's WW Workshop this month
I actually missed my first workshop of October due to being sick :(
I'm going to say this is "done" but it is an on-going issue with me so it will probably be on next month's goals as well.
I've been working on my Etsy shop and have made a few sales. I still have some ideas of items to make and list so this is also an on-going item.
How'd you do on your October goals? Do you plan on setting goals for November?