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Little March Goals

Hey guys!
I'm suddenly stuck with inspiration for things I would like to do. Wanting to do something and sticking to it can be a bit hard when it's more of a would like to instead of an I need to kind of thing. One trick I have found for sticking to better habits or hobbies is to start off small and then slowly increase as time goes on. This trick can be applied to almost anything, which is awesome!
Here are the challenges I have for myself to stick to for this month:

  • Stretch every day. The morning would be ideal as it probably helps to wake me up. I would like to do the whole stretch routine I remember from my cheerleading days, but maybe just sticking to touching my toes will be a start to get back into the swing of it.  
  • Take more pictures. I never was a big picture taker. But I always admire people who take such great pictures which makes me think I should take more. Taking pictures will not only capture a moment of my day, but remind me to post them on social media. Whether the picture is an attempt to improve my selfie game or just to capture how beautiful the sunset was, I will take at least 1 picture a day. 
  • Read one chapter of a book every night. This is something I've missed the most. I've always been a reader, and I wouldn't be able to sleep unless I had read a few chapters of the book I was currently reading. The last few years have made it hard to read as much since I've been so busy with school. I'd very much like to get back into this. For now, one chapter is what I'm setting the bar at. 
Do you have any plans for March?
-Lexi

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