Alright, everyone. The time is here. I’ve officially relaunched Meg’s Healthy World! Last week, I made the decision to move from shared hosting to self hosting, which included some major adjustments. In that time, I’ve tweaked the site to make it better. While it’s better, it still isn’t perfect so please bare with me. 😀
If you see anything wrong, then please let me know so I can add it to my list of things to fix.
To celebrate the relaunch of my site, I’m sharing my goals with you for the month of April. I know that April started a week ago, but I set these goals before the start of the month.
This is one area that I’ve been slacking on, I’ll admit. Between the migration of my site and the weather, physical health has taken the back seat for me, but that’s changing!
My goal for the month of April is to restart TurboFire. If you remember from some of my previous posts, I started TurboFire in November 2016. I got two months in before the stress of the holidays caught up to me and sent me into a full blown depression. I’ve recovered mentally, but now is the time to start recovering physically as well.
In order to meet my goal by the end of the month, I’ve broken down my progress by the week:
Because I’ve done TurboFire before, I know what to expect. The schedule is pretty grueling with workouts 6 days a week, but I know I can do it because I did it before. The steps I’m taking this month are pretty similar to the steps I took before launching into the full blown schedule the first time, so I know that this will work.
The biggest issue I will probably have is getting back into the swing of things again. But once I get the momentum again I have no doubts that I will have any issues.
Over the years of my depression, I’ve learned that the seasons impact it. Spring and summer are happy times for me, so keeping my depression and anxiety in check doesn’t have to be a big priority for me this month. I’m still going to keep an eye on it, but it isn’t the focus of my goals for the month.
My mental healthy goal is to journal at least once a week. This gives the chance to write how my week has gone in a free for all setting. Writing for a site like this just isn’t the same as writing for yourself.
Now that I am learning what some of my triggers are, I can work around them or at least prepare myself in an attempt to lessen the blow. By journaling once a week, I am creating a collection of thoughts that I can analyze and better understand my depression, anxiety, and the triggers for both.
Since I’ve gotten much more serious with my blog, I decided to set some goals for the next month. They are pretty modest, but a good start
The following are the goals I’m setting for my blog:
For me, getting better interactions is much more important than the numbers. So having quality readers who interact is a greater achievement than the quantity.
Do you have any goals for this month, physical or mental? I want to know about them!