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Weekly Goals 3/8

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I have been posting my weekly goals here for awhile and have found it to be so helpful. The process of writing goals, although does require some work, is so beneficial to actually accomplishing the things we need or want to accomplish.

In writing out my goals, I actually keep the written record after I complete each week because it helps motivate me to continue being intentional in how I spend my time. It also encourages me during those times when it feels like I have gotten nothing done.

weekly goals

Spiritual Goals:

  • remain current in online Bible study group
  • recopy Bible verse cards

Wife Goals:

  • date night on Thursday
  • complete all scheduling and financial information for next semester

Mom Goals:

  • spend 10 minutes with 4 kids each day
  • complete 8th grade grading

Healthy Living Goals:

  • drink 100 ounces of water a day
  • establish a new leg workout

Homemaking Goals:

  • complete calendar set up for the year
  • clean up storage room

Office Manager Goals:

  • deal with credit protection
  • file more papers

Work Goals:

  • complete assignments
  • complete graphics

Overall it was a good week on completing goals. You can see that I never get everything done on my list. Hopefully that encourages you to make goals even if you are worried about getting them all done. I did really well this past week. I give myself a B.

Spiritual Goals:

  • catch up on Bible study
  • make a comment three mornings this week

Wife Goals:

  • date night
  • planning meeting

Mom Goals:

  • schedule family night for each week for the rest of the year
  • reestablish 1o minute special times

Healthy Living Goals:

  • drink 100 ounces of water daily
  • sprints and hills

Homemaking Goals

  • list more garage sale stuff
  • clean out garage

Office Manager

  • schedule all music classes for summer
  • update bill payer

Blogging Goals

  • write submission post
  • complete editorial calendar

Establishing goals is such a useful task. Feel free to join me by stating your goals in the comments!

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  1. I really like your idea of keeping the goal list for the week so that I can look back and see what I have accomplished. This will especially come in handy on those weeks that nothing gets done!
    And I also like that you give yourself a grade for the week. I’m not sure I could do that though. I’m usually either really hard on myself (like an F because not everything was done) or really easy on myself (like an A just because I showed up)!

    1. Hi Melissa! When I first started, I did like seeing that I did actually get something done since it always felt like I didn’t because just like you said, I knew I didn’t get everything done that I had wanted to. I also have learned to be realistic with grading myself over time. I’m a perfectionist type, so it was hard at first 🙂

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