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Happy February!! My new Challenge for the month!

For January my goal for the month was to drink 64 oz of water a day.  Did I make it?  Yes, I did!  I tracked all the water or tea (no sugar) to my Fitbit app every day.  Once I completed the daily water intake, I made a smiley face on my Commit30 calendar. Notice my reward?  Damn right, I wanted my leggings! Now for February, my goal for this month is to be super frugal.  Only buy what I need.  So basically this narrows my purchases to food and if I need shampoo or conditioner because I've run out of my Head & Shoulders.  That's really all I can think of.  So no cute clothes, or shoes, or scarves.  No new t-shirts from Hot Topic.  No new make up from Sephora.  No Funkos for me this month.  No Lululemon.  Do you guys know what Funko Pops are?  If you don't, do not Google them.  They are so cute and addictive.  No new nothing!  For 28 days.  Oops, make that 29 days.  This year is a Leap Year.  Darn it.  Not exactly sure what I want as a reward for this?

Commit30 Planner 2016

This is my very first planner ever .  I've always looked at them in the past and thought, yeah I would never use one of those.  So why this planner?  I first heard of this planner from Agent Athletica.  You can read her post here .  I love a good challenge, and this planner is all about challenges.  You can say I've got a competitive streak.  And the best part?  You can reward yourself at the end of the 30 day challenge.  It's like a free pass to buy something!  This appeals to the shopaholic inside me.  A reward?  Yes please!  Sign me right up! This planner is called Commit 30.  Commit to something for 30 days.  It could be anything.  For January I'm challenging myself to drink at least 64 oz of H2O.  Green tea with no sugar added counts, but soda or anything that has sugar does not.  I have the hardest time drinking water.  I don't know why.  I think I maybe average 40 oz a day?  I know I get dehydrated too because I'll get these mild headaches.