So I didn’t 100% complete my list, but let me explain. Last August when I created this list, my son was 5 months old and the reality of how difficult it would be to accomplish some of these tasks hadn’t sunk in yet. Little things like Staying in my PJ’s All Weekend. . .I might’ve well just said “Plan a trip to China.” If it weren’t for getting sick, I think the longest I could have gone would have been until noon when it was time to wrestle my toddler out of the house.
And if BlogHer hadn’t have popped into my schedule, the task of Take a Weekend Trip to New York would probably never have happened either.
So long story short, there are only about 4 months during the year where the weather’s nice enough to watch a movie outside in the evenings, and when the movie theater is an hour away with shows starting after dark, it was extremely difficult to find the time to head to the drive-in without the Little Man. And even harder with the Little Man.
But to be accurate, I’ve been to a drive-in movie before, so even though I didn’t do that task in the last 12 months. . . technically, I’ve been to a drive-in movie before I was 30. Does that count? =)
Thanks for supporting me and following along with me as I tried to complete my goals within the last year. I really enjoyed my list, and I loved that it forced me to do unique and different things that helped me feel like more than “just a mom.”
Even if it’s not for a big life-changing birthday like 30. You’d be surprised how motivated you’ll be just to cross an item off your list!