So, I can't really believe that my new years resolutions have brought me to October already. Wow, time seriously flies.
January - read through the bible in a year.
February - use the cash envelope system.
March - watch internet time.
April - walk whenever possible.
May - stockpile the freezer. OAMC style.
June- have a healthy baby and try to stay sane.
July - ban high fructose corn syrup from our house.
August- try one "deceptively delicious" type recipe a day.
September - journal pray as a daily part of my quiet times. (SO great, by the way!)
October - so long, corn-fed beef.
that's right, we bought a quarter cow! Well, an eighth. We're splitting it with my sister. And I'm going to make it last for the year. I could probably go on and on about why we decided to do this, but for the sake of time I'm not going to. I am, however, going to recommend two books to you that I've read over the past couple months which have helped nudge me in the right direction: Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver, and In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan. Both were great reads, and I highly recommend them!
How are you doing on YOUR new years resolutions?