Happy Tuesday! Can you believe that we’re already in the 5th month of year? It’s crazy how fast this year is going by so far.
This week’s Tuesday Topic: What’s your favorite cheat meal? You can write about this topic, or feel free to post any running related blog post. Remember to Link-up with Kim and Zenaida and the bottom of this post!
My favorite cheat meal will forever be pizza (but you already knew that)! I don’t really have any other cheat meals, so for today’s post I’m going to discuss my goals for this month.
Do you set monthly goals? I love doing these posts every month because it helps to hold me accountable, especially with my yearly goals. Sometimes it’s easy to get a little lazy with all of the day-to-day responsibilities that we have, but I always try to make my health a top priority.
First, let’s take a look at my goals from April:
Complete the Peloton Spring Launch Challenge
I’m happy to report that I completed the challenge! I enjoy these types of challenges because it allows me to try out a bunch of different classes – meditation, stretching, running, spinning and strength training – just to name a few.
Eat more plant based meals
I think I did pretty good with this goal between continuing Meatless Mondays and also not eating meat on Fridays during Lent. In addition to that, most of my breakfast meals were meat free but of course, there’s always room for improvement!
Try something new
Mission accomplished! I put on my “tourist” hat and visited Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Although I was born in New York and lived there until I was 12, I never visited either place. It was a busy day, but a fun experience.
Here are my goals for May!
Hit my Century Ride with Peloton
Just 10 more rides to go before I hit my 100th spin class with Peloton! I should probably hit my century ride during the week of May 20th. I’ll need to decide which class I want to select for the milestone!
Complete the BibRave Run Streak
Yup, I’m going streaking for the month of May. I will either run or walk at least 1 mile per day every day. I like that this break gives the option of walking as well because I can’t run everyday.
I visited Boston once many years ago when I was in high school. I was only there for less than a day so I didn’t really get a chance to see much of the city. I’ll be in Boson again at the end of this month for a half marathon and I plan on doing some sightseeing – I can’t wait to see more of the city!
If you set monthly goals, what are your goals for May?
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