My 10 goals for this week

Last week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Read two chapters of Vinegar Boy: Encounter Christ Through the Dramatic Story of Vinegar Boy aloud at lunch. Read two chapters of Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh at dinner. Read three chapters of A Bear Called Paddington with Kathrynne, read three chapters of Little House on the Prairie with Kaitlynn, read three chapters of Eloise Wilkin Stories to Silas.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

3. Have a Wii Challenge night as a family.

Personal Goals

4. Memorize Romans 1:7-8

5. Run 25 miles total.

6. Finish reading Uneclipsing the Son, Fit To Burst, A Charlotte Mason Education, and Eve’s Daughters. {I did almost zero reading this past week, believe it or not!}

Homemaking Goals

7. Do a Freezer Cooking in an Hour session.

8. Finish 30 rows of the scarf for Kathrynne.

Business Goals

9. Have a business brainstorming afternoon to flesh out business ideas and map out business goals for the next few years (We have some amazing folks flying in to help consult us in this! Can’t wait to see what comes of this!).

10. Finish tweaking my talk for the MAPS events & give presentations on Thursday and Friday. {These ended up getting cancelled due to all the snow.}

This week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Read three chapters of Vinegar Boy: Encounter Christ Through the Dramatic Story of Vinegar Boy aloud at lunch. Read three chapters of Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh at dinner. Read five chapters of A Bear Called Paddington with Kathrynne, read four chapters of Little House on the Prairie with Kaitlynn, read four chapters of Eloise Wilkin Stories to Silas.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

Personal Goals

3. Memorize Romans 1:9-10.

4. Exercise five times.

5. Start Early to Rise Challenge on March 1, 2013.

6. Finish reading Uneclipsing the Son, Fit To Burst, A Charlotte Mason Education, and Eve’s Daughters.

Homemaking Goals

7. Do a Freezer Cooking in an Hour session.

8. Finish Kathrynne’s scarf.

Business Goals

9. Work on outlines for five upcoming talks.

10. Turn in my manuscript to Thomas Nelson!

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

    I have felt like I’m so far behind on my goals this month but I was hired for a full time job so we are just adjusting still…I have only worked from home for the last five years. The short term sacrifice will be worth the boost it’s giving us on the babysteps though, and I’m grateful I went from interview-to-hired in a few days.

  2. says

    This week I am concentrating on finding where all my time goes. It has been a while since I have taken an evaluation of my time. I also start training for a 1/2 marathon in April this week. It was suppose to be a full, but my injury set me back to far to ramp up my miles fast enough to be ready by April. I start with 7 miles as this weeks long run and I honestly have not ran that far in one run since I was injured in September.

  3. KayleneF says

    I just started doing things to earn money as a stay-at-home mom and loved that you separated the goals to show personal, family and business goals. It motivated me to start on my own goals. Lets see how I did next week. Thanks

  4. says

    This past week I got a little side tracked when I was able to get 5 yards of compost delivered to add to our garden and since the weather was so nice I took advantage of getting it all placed over a couple of days.
    This week I want to stay more on track with my goals. I have so many things I want to do each day I am finding it hard to stay focused. I know when I stick with a plan for each day I do so much better. I need to finish reading my book for the month of February, get back on track with my daily exercise and start planning out what we will be planting in our garden.

    Hope you have a great week.

  5. Marie says

    I am starting to get back to the goals I made before my surgery really set me back. I am still in a boot until March 4th but feel like I can actually start getting up early again now that I’m more mobile. I can’t really start the exercise program my husband and I were going to do but instead I am going to focus on my water intake and making a menu for healthy eating.
    I do feel like I am accomplishing my goals for reading. I just finished my 4th book, which is HUGE for me!!! But I am really finding segments of time to read, like sitting in car pool line.
    thanks for all your encouragement!
    Enjoy the snow. I live in MN. and am used to snow and very cold weather. I’d actually love one more dump this season! But then again all your readers who are talking about their gardens make me envious too! We can’t really even think about gardening until May around here.

  6. Sandra says

    My goals for this week.

    1. Remind myself each morning that my plans for the day are tentative for the Lord may have something different in store for me.
    2. Select a new hymn to memorize.
    3. Attempt to do my work with excellance.
    4. Search for more Nutritarian recipes.
    5. Stop to see my sister just to give her a hug and kiss.
    6. Read my new John Grisham book.
    7. Remember to take my calcium supplement with dinner every evening.
    8. Take a break from couponing.
    9. Write a letter to my 3 sweeties in the nursing home.
    10. Get to bed early each night.

  7. says

    I love that you make it a point to write a love note to your husband. I am sure it helps to keep communication and love flowing between the two of you (and your kids notice that)! Blessings to you this week!

  8. April says

    Hi! May I ask what meals you made in your Freezer Meals in an Hour? I am really big on Freezer Meals, but find a lot of the time that I am missing just one ingredient and it throws me into a funk. :) I also have been making the same things it feels like?

  9. says

    I love seeing your goals each week. Even though you don’t always finish everything, seeing your plan and your accomplishments is always a huge motivator for me.