Weekly Goals 6/1

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weekly goalsWe had a great week last week. We had some rain, which meant that some of our activities were rained out. When that happens, I generally look at the time that was earmarked for that activity as bonus time to work on something that otherwise wouldn’t have gotten done. I was able to get some needed research done during that time, and I was also able to take two kids out for some one-on-one time.

Posting my goals and being held accountable to everyone here as well as to Crystal’s folks over at Money Saving Mom really helps me stay motivated to getting things done. If you don’t have anyone to be accountable to for your goals, I highly suggest it. You can let us know here in the comments.

If you haven’t read my post on setting goals, that could be a great place to start.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, this is our busiest week of the entire year. For that reason I am tempted to list “just survive” as my one and only goal, but I know that I can actually get some things done, too. However, my list may look quite sad come next week. I am going to go ahead and list goals as I usually do so that any time I have will not be spent figuring out what to do since we all know how I feel about time wasters!


Spiritual Goals:

  • begin new Bible study with group
  • copy Bible verses

Wife Goals:

  • date night Wednesday
  • write letter

Mom Goals:

  • research scholarship
  • schedule testing

Healthy Living Goals:

  • take a few days off after race
  • focus on hydrating properly for race beginning on Wednesday

Homemaking Goals:

  • complete spring cleaning project
  • sort garage sale items

Office Manager Goals:

  • pay monthly bills
  • research continuing ed options

Blogging Goals:

  • review ebook options
  • complete all assignments

Overall I am pleased with everything I got done last week, especially when I factor in the huge spring cleaning project I got done last week as well.

Spiritual Goals:

  • research next chapter for OBS
  • copy Bible verse notecards

Wife Goals:

  • write letter
  • date night Wednesday

Mom Goals

  • date night with Skateboard Guy on Thursday
  • finish thank you note with Skateboard Guy
  • research scholarship options for music camp

Healthy Living Goals

  • register for race
  • drink 100 ounces of water a day
  • run 8 miles on weekend

Homemaking Goals:

  • make 4 freezer meals
  • make granola bars for freezing

Office Manager Goals

  • shred papers
  • schedule appointments for fall
  • finish calendar

Blogging Goals

  • complete assignments
  • research more options on ebook

I would love to have you join me in making weekly goals for yourself. It is truly an amazing way of being time efficient and intentional in the choices you make. I find that I am much more likely to get them done if they are on paper, and that is multiplied greatly when I share my goals with someone else, especially since I have been sharing them here. Feel free to share some of your goals, or all of them, in the comments here.

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