March in Review

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Month in review - March 2014 on CampfireChic.com

March came in like a lamb and is going out like a pretty well-behaved lion in my neck of the woods. The weather has been pretty perfect this month — some days we’re wearing shorts and flip flops, other days we’re bundling up and wearing boots with leggings. It’s pretty fantastic. March was a BIG month for me behind-the-scenes…I was able to see my parents almost every weekend, I managed to throw Alex a mini-surprise party without him guessing, I made some great connections, I retrieved most of my plants from Alex’s parents’ house…this month pushed me to become more of an adult and tested my nerves when some curveballs were thrown my way. I wouldn’t say that I’m glad it’s over, but I will say that I’m happy that I was able to use all of my One Little Word™s from previous years (focus, brave, finish) to help guide me this month. I’m super tired but I have too many things that are so close to being finished that I’m not going to stop just yet. I’ll just keep sleeping in my car at lunch :)

In case you’re a new Campfire Chic reader, I like to list out the posts from the past month in one handy place. This is it.

 

Things I FINISHED this month:

  • Submitted a guest post to Fabletics
  • Secured 2 interviews with bloggers I admire
  • Moved my desk to a different part of our apartment
  • Caught up to the current season of Grimm
  • My #30Lists and the challenge
  • Attachments (aff. link) - A fun book that one of my girlfriends at work and I decided to read because we essentially do what the two main characters do
  • The Son of Neptune (aff. link)- I’m behind in this series and I’m determined to get caught up

Month in review

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  • Kristin - My Life as a Teacup March 29, 2014, 5:59 am

    How was Attachments? I’ve got it on reserve at the library and have enjoyed her other stuff, so fingers crossed :)

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    • Kam April 11, 2014, 8:18 am

      Attachments was good, I haven’t read anything else by the author. I think I liked it mostly because a gf at work and I send LENGTHY emails back and forth pen-pal-style and we read the book at the same time :)

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