Finish reading these:
Those that are crossed out were on my list for the previous month and are now finished.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë The golden orb by Douglas Niles The war of the worlds by H.G Wells The picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens The Dunwich Horror by H.P Lovecraft The Inmost Light by Arthur Machen This Crowded Earth by Robert Bloch The Body Snatcher by Robert Louis Stevenson
- The players of Gilean by various authors
- The book of dragons by Edith Nesbit
- The land that time forgot by Edgar Rice Burroughs
- The old curiousity shop by Charles Dickens
- Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
- Winterheim by Douglas Niles
Actually finish Christmas shopping. I’m awful at procrastinating and year after year I find myself somewhat prepared for the holidays but there’s always a present or two that I end up forgetting to purchase. It’s so annoying because I only seem to remember when there is very little time left to get it done.
Keep up with exercising. I have been exercising regularly, or well, an hour of fairly intense exercise about two times a week for the past month and I can already feel that I have more energy for things. I just hope I can switch some of my diet with lower calorie options too to help boost a possible weight loss. It will be difficult to pull off during the Christmas holidays but I will try my best. The only day I won’t restrict myself is Christmas eve.
Sending the Christmas cards I’ve written for family and blog friends. With our post office being closed for a bit and me having to buy a new car because mine had rusted to death, I’ve had to postpone sending out cards for a bit, but hopefully I will be able to do so as soon as I get my next paycheck on December 12th.
Continue my low-buy period. I have been better at not spending money on unnecessary things or too much food. My wallet is happy and so am I so it’s a good thing. It also gives me a push into using up everything I have already instead of constantly buying new things. Better for me and better for the environment.
What are your goals for December?