November Goals

Oh my goodness, its already November! Fall is going by SO fast and I am trying to make the most of it so this has been a busy month. We started the month out with an Apple Picking adventure, then headed to Maine & New Hampshire to take in some fall foliage, hosted a fall dinner for our families and then took a trip to the pumpkin patch. Clearly we tried to do all things fall (as was my overall goal for October), but there is still so much to do!Union Orchard 2017_1490

October Goals

  • Have a Fall Breakfast: With such a busy month we didn’t get a chance to have a fall breakfast so I am hoping we will do this soon. We don’t have any weekend plans until Thanksgiving so we will definitely have a chance to make a big fall breakfast.
  • Take in the Fall Foliage: I was SO pleased with the beautiful foliage we saw while we were in Maine & New Hampshire. It was the perfect way to enjoy the season.
  • Try a New Fall Treat: I was hoping I would get a chance to do more fall baking but the only thing we made was an Apple Crisp which was still a first for me. Even though that isn’t anything too adventurous it was the perfect fall treat and we used the apples we got from our first trip to the orchard.

While I am still going to focus on enjoying this season I do have some more focused goals for this new month.

November Goals

  • Improve Morning/Nightly Routines: For a while I was super consistent in my morning and nightly routines but I have kind of fallen out of habit so I am hoping to get back into those routines. They make SUCH a difference when I stick to them.
  • Update My Skincare Routine: I feel like I have tried EVERY product under the sun and for a while my skin was kind of improving but then it kind of plateaued and now it is less than great again. I am going to really commit to taking care of it this month to see what works best.

What are some of your goals for this month and the rest of the fall season?

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5 thoughts on “November Goals

  1. I love that you share your goals every month, Taylor. It actually inspired me to make monthly goals, and now I have fun doing it. Having morning and nightly routines can be so helpful, so I wish you luck with that! November will go quick with Thanksgiving and lots of activities for my kids so I am going to try to keep my goals manageable. My first goal is to make chocolate chip cookies for my boys. I like to cook, but I don’t bake much so I know that will mean a lot to them. My second goal is to organize 3 drawers in my house that I know could use it. My final goal is to spend one day at the law library doing research in an area of law that I would like to practice so I can hopefully add it to my business next year. I hope you get to have the fall breakfast because I would love to see a blog post about that. Have a blessed day!

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    1. Amy, I am so glad these posts inspired you to make goals too! I think those sound like great goals and I know your boys will love having a fun treat 🙂 Good luck with your goals, I hope this is a lovely month for you!

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  2. I love how you revisit your goals in an actual post. I have been doing seasonal goals but I haven’t really revisited them. It definitely brings up the accountability when you are revisiting them at the end of the month. I am sure it is also a great way of figuring out what worked and what didn’t. Thanks for sharing!

    Erin

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