This post contains affiliate links. Well, I wasn’t as successful at this 6 weeks’ goals as I was the first 6 weeks’ goals. I did accomplish some items, but not as many as I would like. However, we had fun on our Chicago trip, which I hope to write about soon!

Health Goals

Eat My Meals 4 Hours Apart

Did not accomplish at all this 6 weeks.

Take Activated Charcoal to Detox from Mold

Did not do this. I’m thinking of waiting to do this until I’m free of SIBO because I’m having trouble fitting all of the pills in that I have to take between meals.

Yes, once again, my levels are high, and I have to have (another!) mold detox.


I have two goals for exercise:

Walk at Least One Mile a Day 5x a Week

I walked one mile a day five days this week. 5/7

For this six weeks, I walked an average of 5 times a week every week this 6 weeks.

Lift Weights Two Times a Week and Do Yoga Once a Week

Picture of two small dumbbells and a resistance band.
Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

I lifted weights 1 time this week. 1/3

Meal Prep 4 out of the Next 6 Weeks

I did not meal prep this week. 2/6.

Personal Development

Read 3 Books

I finished My Side of the River. And now this book came in from the library, so I’m deep into it. It’s so good!! 3/3

Listen to Japanese for 1,000 Minutes

Picture of Mt. Fuji and a temple in the foreground
Photo by Manuel Cosentino on Unsplash

I did not listen to Japanese this week, so I’m at a total of 480 this 6 weeks, making this goal 48% complete.

Study Japanese for 360 Minutes

I studied 42 minutes this week. So far, I’ve used Japanese Pod 101 and watched videos on YouTube for 254 minutes for this 6 weeks, making this goal 70.5% complete.

Write in My Journal 5x a Week

Failed this one this week. I didn’t write in my journal at all.

Financial Goals

Determine What Home Improvements We Want to Make This Year

No progress yet. Ugh. Thanks to an error on my part, we had to spend thousands on an unexpected home improvement. More details to come!

There are so many things we want to do to continue improving our home, but we likely need to replace the furnace and refrigerator soon, so mostly we need to squirrel away money for those items. No big home improvements this year, but we still want to make some changes.

Start Planting Our Seeds for the Garden

Lettuce, tomato, and green onion plants

Completed. We have all our seedlings under a grow light. (Growing season is short here!)

Don’t Spend Any More than $2,000 on Groceries

Eating Healthy Gluten Free Dairy Free Food on a Budget

Oh, this was bad. Why? When we went to Chicago, we went to our favorite Japanese store and spent $400! But we couldn’t resist because there are no good Japanese stores around us at home. Then, we were billed $500 for our next meat delivery, so for the month of March, we spent $2,004.09. Yikes!

How are you doing on your goals for 2024?

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