Weekly Goals 7/28

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weekly goalsMy head is still spinning from this past week! I am looking forward to a break coming up. My husband finishes classes this week and then has two weeks off. This is so needed for everyone in my family. I think he may be taking my kids away for a couple of days, except for the baby, just to give me some time to get caught up. I would love to lay on the floor and never move for the entire time they are gone, but it will be a good time for me to get caught up on things that have been so neglected during this busy, busy season. So I suppose that is what I will do.

Writing down goals is an excellent practice to get into, and if you haven’t done it, I highly recommend it. It keeps you focused, it forces you to prioritize among things that you need to get done, and writing these things down holds you accountable to getting them done much more than if you just keep them in your head. Feel free to share your goals in the comments, or, let me know how your goals went last week.

This week my goals area as follows:

Spiritual Goals:

  • start new ebook
  • leave three comments in Bible study group

Wife Goals:

  • continue marriage book
  • date night to celebrate end of semester (YAY!)

Mom Goals:

  • 2 date nights
  • schedule alone time

Healthy Living Goals:

  • 1/2 hour rowing workout
  • run 7 miles

Homemaking Goals:

  • restock freezer meals
  • defrost big freezer

Office Manager

  • research insurance info
  • pay bills by 1st

Blogging Goals:

  • complete one project
  • work on updates

 

Given the week I had this past week I am pleased that I got anything done! Have you ever had one of these weeks? Just one unexpected thing after another. Repeated interruptions, problems to solve, and things that didn’t go as planned. Things can only get better this week, right? In reality, it’s about a C this week.

Spiritual Goals:

  • continue reading two chapters this week
  • participate in Bible study three days this week

Wife Goals:

  • start new marriage book
  • memorize three Bible verses on being a wife

Mom Goals:

  • schedule fall classes
  • get ready for sleepover this weekend (5 extra kids here!)

Healthy Living Goals:

  • run 7 miles
  • cut out snacks

Homemaking Goals:

  • freeze all blueberries
  • list garage sale stuff

Office Manager

  • pay all bills
  • reorganize bill paying system

Blogging Goals:

  • complete one project
  • schedule for August

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    1. I have an entire library, but right now I am starting 7 Things He’ll Never Tell You by Kevin Leman 🙂

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