10 Weekly Goals

This week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Finish reading A Way Through the Sea with Kathrynne, finish reading The Imagination Station: Book 8 with Kaitlynn, and read two chapters of Cameron Townsend aloud to the children.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

3. Close on our rental property.

Personal Goals

4. Finish Erasing Hell by Francis Chan, Anything by Jennie Allen, Pocketful of Pinecones by Karen Andreola, and The Bridge by Karen Kingsbury.

5. Listen to one hour of Made to Stick.

6. Do 4 days’ worth of the Couch to 10K program.

Homemaking Goals

7. Follow the 4 Weeks to a More Organized Home plan & blog about it.

8. Finish 25 more rows of the scarf I’m working on knitting… and maybe even finish the scarf? {Finally!}

9. Make at least two new recipes.

Business Goals

10. Fly to Arkansas to spend time with my friend Tricia Goyer and do some radio recordings with FamilyLife.

Last week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Start a new book with Kathrynne and Kaitlynn. Read two chapters of Cameron Townsend aloud to the children.

2. Go on a date with Jesse.

3. Write a love note to Jesse.

4. Have a playdate with friends.

Personal Goals

5. Finish Erasing Hell by Francis Chan, finish For the Children’s Sake, Ocean’s Apart, and Note to Self.

6. Listen to one hour of Made to Stick.

7. Do 4 days’ worth of the Couch to 10K program.

Homemaking Goals

8. Follow the 4 Weeks to a More Organized Home plan & blog about it.

9. Start an embroidery project.

10. Make at least two new recipes.

How did you do on last week’s goals? What are your goals for this week? I’d love to have you share your progress on last week’s goals and your goals for this coming week in the comments. Of, if you’ve blogged about it, leave your direct link below. Let’s cheer each other on to live purposeful and productive lives!

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  1. says

    Is the scarf done? I am busy knitting dish cloth orders right now, once again I had 3 tubs knitted up before Christmas and once again I am almost out and people are still ordering. Not that I am complaining but I am desiring a change of pace. Thinking I might try a spiral scarf in the new year.

    • says

      It’s long enough to be “done”, but I think I’m going to add some more to it over the next few weeks because I think I’ll like it better if it’s longer. But I told myself that I could start the embroidery project, too, since my hands were itching to do something in addition to knitting — especially since I’m such a slow knitter! :)

      Do you have pictures of your dish cloths on your blog? I’d love to see them and be inspired!

  2. says

    You did great on your goals for this week. I only was able to accomplish half of my goals this week. We are all sick with a cold and so that really slowed me down this week. A year ago I wasn’t even setting weekly goals so I am making progress.

    What will you be doing for your embroidery project? I am just finishing up with a crochet project for a Christmas present. Then I will have to start in making my Christmas cookies and candy for my next project.

    Can you remove my link #9 in the linky above. I put the wrong link in and I added the corrected one now. Thanks

  3. says

    I don’t think I’ve added my link before, although I’ve now been doing weekly goals for several weeks.

    It has been so energizing to write down what I hope to accomplish and then attempt to plan my days accordingly!

    I’ve limited myself to 5 goals each week because I am in a chaotic stage of life (new mom to four). However, each week I have been becoming more and more productive!

    Already today I’ve accomplished 3 of my goals!!!

    Thanks Crystal!

  4. says

    I haven’t done a great job with my goals in the last few months with our move. But I’m working on getting back on track. Posting them is great accountability. I’m also trying a different way by breaking them down by day. We’ll see how that works for me.