To ruminate means to chew over. Nom nom nom.
After chewing, is is important to clean your teeth. Floss can help.
My April goal was to floss at least 4 times per week. (and partly also to have a successful month after the previous month’s “March is where goals go to die.”)
I had big success with this goal, and the key for me was in allowing myself to do it only every other day. I know that one should floss all the time. Shut up. I hate flossing. Letting myself off the hook every once in a while was beneficial to me staying on track!
It turns out that, in addition to flossing, I also hate blogging about oral hygiene. Ick.
Question from #2: Do you think you’ll keep up with every-other-day flossing now that the challenge is over?
The good thing, though, is that having a monthly goal that took, at most, a few minutes per day allowed me to get rarin’ on my May goals (things have shifted around, if you haven’t checked the challenge page recently). I signed up for my first-ever CSA and got a chatty welcome email from the farmers who run it. I also started work on cleaning out my home office, which isn’t going as quickly, but that’s ok. I have all of May to do it!
(*If you’re looking for your Monday money post, we posted it yesterday. It’s about “them” taking away your home.)