Maybe you noticed (or didn’t) that I didn’t have weekly goals or a menu plan last week? Instead of the normal week, we took a fun long weekend ski trip – probably our last one of the season – so I’m just now getting back in the swing of things! So, these goals are from two weeks ago:
Last Week’s Goals:
Complete four in-depth blog posts– done – and thank goodness with the ski trip! Spend one hour brainstorming latest project– done, I have a good outline in place – this one is super exciting!!! Write and send out monthly newsletter– done, need to be more consistent with this
- Get up by 6:30 each morning – almost, slept until 8:00 Saturday (since we arrived late at the condo Friday night)
Enjoy exercising 5x this week– done! Finish the 2 books from last week, plus 1 more– done, LOVED The 5 Love Languages of Children (so much so that I bought it after I returned it to the library), and also enjoyed Say Goodbye to Survival Mode: 9 Simple Strategies to Stress Less, Sleep More, and Restore Your Passion for Life. In addition, I quickly read through a couple of novels – nothing spectacular, but fun and easy vacation reads.
- Plan Summer Trip – almost done, booked two trips and have a plan in place for the third – just need to book it!
Do something special for Valentine’s Day for my family– even though we spent half the day driving, I did make heart-shaped pancakes and was able to sneak homemade valentine’s in everyone’s lunch A little “girl time” with my daughter– done, we had a fun Starbucks and library date!
Christmas Photo Album– done! De-clutter kid’s desk in my office– done, and since my son was home sick one day, he even used it to do math practice while I was working Prepare for upcoming ski trip– done, WONDERFUL trip, well worth the stress of getting everything packed and ready!
This Week’s Goals:
- Create March & April Blog Schedule
- Spend one hour on social media plan
- Spend one hour on outline for up-coming group program
- Run 3x (in addition to 2 regular exercise classes)
- Up by 6:30 – this one really makes ALL the difference in my day!!!
- Read two books – just picked up three great looking ones at the library
- Christmas Break Vacation Photo Album
- Plan a date night
- One on one time with my son
- Finish booking summer trips
- Clean books in office, take load to Goodwill
So what are your goals for the week? Anything you really need to get done? I’ve found that writing these goals down and chipping away at a few each day is the best way to get them all accomplished.
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