Monthly Goal Review- October

Hello Fellow Adventurers! 

I have not been a big goal setter in the past. I’ve always been more of the go on a whim type person. However spontaneous opportunities don’t really happen to show themselves as often as I would liked them to and I am realizing that I have to take every opportunity and make the most out of every day. I have to plan and set myself goals to do the big things in life that I want to do. 

I have spent this past couple months, narrowing down what I want to be priorities in my blog and in my life. I decided that I wasn’t really all that into food blogging, and instead I will stick to focusing on Health, Creativity and most of all Adventure. 


Last month I set myself a couple of goals I’m really excited to look back at them now and check in.  It’s key to stay accountable to your goals otherwise they’re easy to be forgotten.

The first of these goals was to have more energy. I found plenty of tips when I researched 10 ways to have more energy, and I found that the best way to stay motivated is to just keep going. An object in motion will stay in motion, (look at me knowing physics). When I sit down on the couch and curl up, the day is done for. Finding things to do has been the best part of meeting this goal.


My 30 before 30 goal to implement more yoga into my life has been really helping with this. When I am feeling tired and un-motivated, I find taking the time for a quick stretch to be very energizing. Also finding myself a fun project to do like my Paper Flower & Pumpkin Center Piece always keeps my mood up.


My second goal of living more minimally is sprouting into a whole new series that I am very excited to create! I am calling it the Minimalist Project, I plan to break down what minimalism means to me  and the different areas of life that it can be adapted to, such as Home and Mind. Please follow along, and take from my experiences an idea of a different kind of lifestyle.

Packing and moving again


Last but not least on my mind this October was my Fall Bucket List Challenge, I created this as a reason to get out of the house and love the season. Check out my  Instagram and the hashtag #LifesSimpleChallenges to see my progress in that. Having the Bucket List for the season was really fun, and I am definitely going to continue that. 

The idea of setting goals each month and breaking them down at the end is rather perfect for me. I believe that goals should be flexible and adapt to your daily life, and they should never cause stress, only happiness with the knowledge that you are growing as a person. I’ll be working on November’s Goals as soon as I get through this move! 


I love using my Bullet Journal to plan out all the aspects of my life! It’s a fun and creative way to stay motivated and organized. That being said it’s time consuming.  SIGN UP below and you will get access to my full library to Printable Layouts. New pages added all the time! 

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  1. I love that you were able to really focus in on what you want to do! It’s so good that you were able to cross things off to pay greater attention to your interest. You new project sounds so exciting and I can’t wait to see how you grow over there =]

    Danielle | <3

    1. Thanks! I’m really looking forward to some of the plans that I have rolling around in my head!

  2. Minimal listing is the best way to save money! Fewer bills, more disposable income (that you can use for investing!)

    1. something the Mr. and I really should get on top of!

  3. I think your goals are really good and inspirational, too. 🙂 I also want to start the minimalistic life but I know it can be hard.


    1. It seems really daunting! But I have a plan to break it down into something a little less intimidating.

  4. I set up a monthly goal review last month and need to do my write up on how I got on! I definitely feel that writing and sharing your goals for everyone to see certainly keeps you accountable.

    1. It really does! I want to be able to tell someone that I did what I set out to do!

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