I have 2 basic goals for the month: consistency and improvement. Vague enough for ya?
I want to start with consistent record-keeping. I want to have complete POAs and food/exercise diaries for every day of the month. Even if I didn't do anything, or I ate way too much, I want a record. Am I going to do everything on my POA every day? Uh, no. Even if I tried I'm not sure I could. Well, I *could*, but I'd never get that far on my current energy and health level. That's a goal for another time. It is enough right now for me to know how much I *am* doing on a fairly regular basis, and to work on improving upon that amount.
Speaking of improvement:
I want to have a higher points per day average than last month. I want the house to be cleaner at the end of the month than it is now - by which I specifically mean having it picked up enough to really *clean* on a regular basis. I want to see progress on the scale and other measurements of health and fitness. I want to spend less time on pain-killers and more time up doing things (not a whole lot I can control about that, except that if that last goal is met it should help).
Specific tasks to complete:
Get my sort-of-secret project up and running
Get up to speed on the holiday planner
Finish any one section of PCCX cleaning
Write a minimum of 4 HK101 essays
That'll do for now. My POA is full of other things to do daily, weekly, monthly, and once. I will have plenty to do in September.