Weekly Goals

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weekly goalsMy kids and I are so thankful to my in-laws for opening their home to us for what I sure was a very long six days while my husband worked through yet another horrid stomach virus this year.  Because it was the fourth go round for us since September, the kids and I decided just to vacate the premises in hopes of outrunning the germs.  Our plan has worked, at least thus far.

Since we weren’t together as a family, we are celebrating Easter this coming Sunday instead of last Sunday, and we are also going to be celebrating my son’s fifth birthday, which also passed us by last week.  Poor guy, such a trooper!

I have been reading Crystal’s posts over on Money Saving Mom in regards to her personal goals for the week in addition to how she did on her goals the previous week.  What a great accountability factor it is for her to post these things for all her readers to see.

Because I work well with accountabilty, I have finally decided that this would be good for me, too.  With that in mind, here are my goals for this week.

Spiritual Goals:

catch up on my Bible study from last weekdaisies-676368_1280

investigate the next OBS offered by P31

make notecards with new Bible verses on them for memorizing

Goals as a Wife:

go on a date night out

have a date night in, movie?

write hubby a note thanking him for working full time and going to school full time

Goals as a Mom:

take Dancing Girl out shopping to use her gift card

take Skateboard Guy out to buy batting gloves

watch an episode of Little House on the Prairie every night as a family

Healthy Living Goals:

get back into drinking 100 ounces of water a day jogger-515665_1280

run 8 miles on weekend

do sprints and hills workout mid-week

don’t skip meals

Goals as a Homemaker:

finish washing all kids’ sheets

weekly cleaning project

catch up on laundry

Office Manager Goals:

pay bills

schedule dr. appointments for summer

update credit card miles

Work Goals:

complete series for new moms

finish organizing planner

fill out income/expense report for March

work ahead once a day

As far as last weeks’ goals go, they didn’t really get done since we made the mad dash to vacate the premises.  The two I did accomplish were getting caught up on posts for the week and taking all the kids out shoe shopping, which is no easy feat (ha! no pun intended!).

Excited to get down to business this week!

Want to join me on your journey of being accountable for your goals?  Post them here in the comments!

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  1. I hope the rest of you all stay well and have avoided the germs.

    My kids love watching little house on the prairie too. We have the first 3 seasons and the kids get to watch one when they are done with their school for the day.

    I hope you have a productive week!

    1. Thanks, Shelly. We are getting there. There really isn’t anything better than Little House on the Prairie 🙂

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