My Marvelous March {Giveaway winner}

by Joanna on April 2, 2012

The month of March was pretty good to me. Though it was filled with periods of anxiety, mostly it was filled with exciting things and people I love.

We started the month with a visit from Mike’s parents.

I coached my first Girls on the Run practice.

I paid off my credit card.

Daylight savings came.

I spent a week in St. Lucia with my sisters.

I came back and had some time to myself while Mike was in Disney.

I found out that Jess is bringing the Business with Intention Workshop to DC in May and I signed up.

Because I get paid bi-weekly and there were five Fridays in March, I got an extra paycheck this month.

I paid off my first student loan, accelerating my debt snowball.

I spent the last day of the month exploring DC with my sister Chrissy, some of her friends from school, my dad and his girlfriend Debbie.

I hosted my first giveaway!

Giveaway Winner

The winner of How to Cook Everything Vegetarian is Sarah! Please send your mailing address to

I’d love to know:

What was good about your March?

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Jess LC April 2, 2012 at 12:10 pm

I’m so excited to have you coming to the workshop!!


2 Amanda April 2, 2012 at 5:14 pm

Thanks so much for sharing all the marvelous things about your March with us! Reading your list has inspired me to be more aware of my monthly and weekly accomplishments. Whether it’s taking something off of a to-do list or spending time with people you love, I think that being aware of where your time is going/what makes your month great is really beneficial. I keep a journal by my bed and try to write down things like that on a daily basis, but it has been a while since I’ve sat down to think about what parts of my day brought me balance, put a smile of my face, made me proud, etc. I’ll be sure to do it tonight and go into April with the same mentality!

And, to answer your question, my March was good because I:
1. Spent quality time with my family over vacation in Colorado;
2. Ordered books about Special Education to read as soon as my exams are over; and
3. My family celebrated the groundbreaking of the Newmark School, a project very close to our hearts!


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