Tuesday, June 9, 2015

25 During 25 Update | May

Haven't done too much more in May, but here it is anyways. 

  1. Run a 10k - DONE! Boom.
  2. Do a blog give-a-way
  3. Write a guest post - ideas are "brewing" between the baseball wives and hopefully we will have something together by the end of the summer on this one!
  4. Shoot a gun
  5. Go on a spontaneous trip
  6. See sunsets in 10 different cities - Athens, GA from inside Sanford Stadium |  Lynchburg, VA from the skyboxes at City Stadium | 
  7. Do a girls weekend trip
  8. Have a house party
  9. Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity
  10. Buy a camera and learn how to use it
  11. Go to a new state - A while ago, I did this post and had Maryland crossed off, but I honestly can't tell you what I did in Maryland that I was quick to cross it off. But with our trip to the Frederick Keys stadium a couple weekends ago, I can confidently say I crossed this one off this month! If not, we are heading to Nevada in November for a wedding, so that will 100% be the new state of the year for me as well!
  12. Host a shower for someone  Loved being able to shower one of my best friends! Hope more showers happen in the future - wedding or baby!
  13. Run a 5k in every month of the year, at least 5 of them being a race - runs- Jan | Feb | Mar | April | May (I got a little behdind on running, but was still active with other workouts.)
  14. Buy a new computer
  15. Write 5 thank you letters to companies that I use their products
  16. Cash in a whole milk jar of coins to savings - this will happen in Jan 2016 when the jar is nice and full!
  17. Tip 100% of my bill
  18. Become CPR certified
  19. Learn how to drive stick shift
  20. Go to an NFL game
  21. Do a 7-day smartphone detox 
  22. Mail care packages to each of my siblings
  23. Send my nana flowers out of the blue. 
  24. Take professional photographs with D.J. and Stryker
  25. Save $20 for every one of these that I complete - $120 in the milk jar with coins. 


  1. This is such a fun idea! Getting some done is better than none :)

  2. Looks like you are making great process on your list - I love how they address all different areas of life :) hope your hubby's baseball season is off to a good start!

  3. I love the idea of this list! Having goals written down helps you stay accountable. I love being able to cross things off!

  4. I love your list. I need to be better about completing my 101 in 1001 days.

  5. This is a great list!
    Do you have plans for your savings?


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