Lindsay Lohan seems to finally be back on track. Not only is she scheduled to host Saturday Night Live in March, she is also at the home-stretch of her five-month long probation, according to Reuters.

Lohan was sentenced to probation because of a theft conviction last year, after she admitted to stealing a gold necklace valued at $2,500 last January and two drunk driving cases. She was sentenced to 480 hours of community service.

The actress is 14 days and five therapy sessions away from freedom, after a slew of run-ins with the law and numerous visits to rehab. Lohan's two five-year-old, drunk-driving convictions will finally end, as long as she completes the terms of her sentence and returns to court for her final progress report on March 29. Any additional time specifically for last year's necklace theft will become an informal summary probation with no reporting requirements, reported CNN.

The probation officer is pleased with your progress. You seem to be getting your life back on track and that's what we all hoped for, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner told Lohan, according to reports by Reuters. It was never our goal to just put people in jail, we like to see...change, and I think we've all seen that.