I didn’t set any specific January goals; I just chose my verb for the year. (It’s dare in case you don’t remember.) However, this month it’s back to goals, goals, goals. I’m going back to a numbers based challenge like my December to Remember, but on a slightly smaller scale. I’m also focusing on my verb by picking goals that require me to push myself a little bit. And of course I’ve got myself a clever challenge name.
February 5 Challenge
This month’s challenge revolves around the number 5 because my ultimate goal for February is to be down 5 pounds. However, losing 5 pounds is not actually one of my goals. It’s so of a bonus goal. The hope is that reaching my 5 goals for the month will get my to the 5 pound mark. I’ll be tracking this month’s goals on Laura’s group tracking sheet (BOTD February Challenge Tracker) so be sure to check that often.
- Earn 150 activity points
- Track 25 complete days
- Complete 5 items on my Mission 101 list
- Attend 5 group fitness classes
- Do 5 strength training sessions
If I reach all 5 goals, I’m going to buy a Fitbook. I love the concept, and people who have them seem to love them. I’ve been tossing around the idea of getting one, but I’ve yet to commit to buying one. I’ve always got a zillion tracking options so I don’t really need the Fitbook, but I love the idea of them especially for tracking workouts. Mostly, I probably just want to play around with it.
If I reach my goal of 5 pounds lost I’m going to buy How to Cook Everything Vegetarian by Mark Bittman. I’ve had this cookbook on my wish list or a while, but I always talk myself out of it because Do I really need another cookbook? However, I’ve been doing a great job of making recipes from my cookbooks over the last two month so another cookbook is totally in order!