Thirty Before Thirty

1.  Complete at least 1 DIY project per month
2.  Make an upholstered headboard for our bedroom
3.  Make a toddler bed for Ezra  So, we aren't going to be making his toddler bed.  His crib is a convertible so we are just going to take the one side off and see how it goes.  It just isn't financially sound of us to spend $50 on supplies or $75 on a toddler bed at this point.
4.  Make a play kitchen for Ezra’s birthday  I didn't make him a kitchen, but I did find one on Craigslist.  So I consider this one complete.

5.  Try a new recipe at least twice a month
6.  Have a minimum of 1 fruit or 1 veggie per meal We have done really well at this.  Not EVERY meal, but we've even started having a salad on pizza night and everything.
7.  Make a weekly menu and stick to it Like the one above, we have been doing much better at this than we had at the beginning.  We make a menu for the week and base our weekly grocery shopping off it.  Then we try to remember to post the menu on the fridge so we don't forget what's next.

8.  Get a new tattoo
9.  Lose 75 pounds
10.  Accessorize my outfit everyday This I have done nearly every day since my last birthday.  I've found some great necklaces on clearance at various places and found Cato is a great place for cheap earrings.  I've been wearing scarves this winter too.
11.  Take a vitamin daily I can't say I've done this "daily" because I do occasionally forget, but I have been taking those gummy vitamins and I've even added Vitamin D.
12.  Throw away all old socks and buy new ones Shopko was having a sale on socks so I spent like $40 on all new socks.  It felt SO good to throw out all the old ones that had holes. 
13.  Learn how to use my camera and use it I've been experimenting with my camera and taking more pictures.  I think, though, that my camera just isn't very good.  It's frustrating.  Either the flash is too bright or it's not bright enough.  The pictures almost always end up fuzzy and a little blurry.  It'll do, but I'm going to save for a DSLR.
14.  Blog at least twice per week
15.  Read 50 books Take a peak at my READ page and see for yourself.  I definitely did this one.
16.  Find and buy a dining table with 6 chairs I didn't buy a dining table and chairs, but I was given one for Christmas by my very thoughtful parents.  Thanks Mom and Dad!
17.  Take an overnight getaway with the hubs

18.  Work out at the gym at work twice a week
19.  Work out at home at least once a week
20.  Go to the dentist
21.  Go to the gyno

22.  Donate to Goodwill monthly Not monthly, but I've taken a few HUGE loads of things to donate.  One Saturday I took 32 shirts out of my closet and stuck them in a bag and dropped them off - all in one swift motion.  It felt so good to purge things and know someone else will enjoy those things.
23.  Trade babysitting with a friend for a monthly date night with the hubs

24.  Have professional business photos taken
25.  Learn about getting a business license for my Etsy shop
26.  Create 5 different items to sell on Etsy
27.  Sell my first item

28.  Plan a budget and stick to it
29.  Pay off credit cards
30.  Pay off car