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10 Goals For This Week

Last week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Read 20 pages of Rascal by Sterling North aloud to the children. Read four chapters of Paddington at Large with Kathrynne, read four chapters of Life With Lily with Kaitlynn, read four chapters Little House Christmas Stories with Silas.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

Personal Goals

3. Memorize Romans 1:9-10.

4. Exercise five times.

5. Finish reading: One Question, While We’re Far Apart, 24/6, Start, and When the Game is Over It All Goes Back in the Box.

Homemaking Goals

6. Follow the 30-Day House Cleaning Challenge.

7. Work on my embroidery project for at least 30 minutes.

8. Try three new homemade cleaning recipes. {I only made one — the Homemade Tub & Tile Cleaner.}

Business Goals

9. Finish tweaking recipes for my new recipes page.

10. Finish all my manuscript edits per my editor’s suggestions.

This week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Read 20 pages of Rascal by Sterling North aloud to the children. Finish reading Paddington at Large with Kathrynne, read four chapters of Life With Lily with Kaitlynn, finish reading Little House Christmas Stories with Silas.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

Personal Goals

3. Memorize Romans 1:9-10. {I really am hoping to make some progress on this this week!}

4. Exercise five times.

5. Finish reading: While We’re Far Apart, 24/6, Start, and When the Game is Over It All Goes Back in the Box.

Homemaking Goals

6. Follow the 30-Day House Cleaning Challenge.

7. Work on my embroidery project for at least 30 minutes.

8. Try one new homemade cleaning recipe (I’ll post about it if it turns out any good.)

Business Goals

9. Finish tweaking recipes for my new recipes page.

10. Finish editing five chapters for the second round of edits on my manuscript. {Yes, it seems like this is a never-ending process!}

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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19 Comments

  • Melissa says:

    I fell off the weekly goals bandwagon in March, and my productivity suffered. I’m excited to start back up because I get a lot more accomplished.

    You got quite a bit done, even with your injury!

  • Molly says:

    I’m going to try my hand at baking with my two year old this week! I debated on whether or not that should be my only goal. lol!

    Hope you have a good and productive week!

    Molly

  • Cambria says:

    I’d love to see your homemade tub and tile recipe and other homemade cleaning recipes! The link I clicked on only had food recipes 😉 I looked around on your pinterest page but still couldn’t find it. I just bought an empty spray bottle to make my own and am looking for tried-and-true recipes for bathroom cleaner!

  • Shelly says:

    I’m continuing with the cleaning challenge this week. I really like that when I do the cleaning tasks each day which most days only take 30 minutes or less, my house looks really nice. I am also staring a new book on my reading list for this year and doing some gardening too, weather permitting.

    My daughter loved the Paddington books I read to her. I need to start reading them to my son.
    Have a great week.

  • Victoria says:

    What did you daughter think of Paddington? He was a favorite bear of mine as a child. Still bake in my Paddington apron now and then!

  • As I have been all semester, my goals are pretty simple this week so my motto is “small goals are better than no goals.” 🙂

  • Last week… Eek. I made it through a looooong week last week, with a bunch of rehearsals for a concert at my church. It was fun but I’m so tired, so I’m in recovery mode this week and my biggest goal (at least the one I like the most) is REST. I’m hoping to drive up into the Smokies this week for a few hours with my husband and see the wildflowers. 🙂 I think the lady’s slippers are blooming and would love to see them!

  • K says:

    My Goals for the week are to`:

    1) Organize and straighten two rooms of our house that have been a complete and total disaster Just purchased necessary storage containers in order to get this done.

    2) Continue w/ preschool lessons with my four year old.

    3) Begin to look into some business opportunities.

  • Sarah says:

    I am stuck on Romans 1:20. Have you tried using Scripture Typer? Between that and the iPad app Memorize, I have found the verses a lot easier to memorize.

  • Daniela says:

    I have done so much better with my goals this month by tracking them. I feel so much more productive when I have a plan!

  • jackie Brown says:

    I’m going to start categorizing my goals this week. I’ve been writing them down for a while now, but I like the way you can glance at the category and know what you have to cross off. Thanks for inspiration.

  • My goal-setting was a little ambitious last week, but I was pleasantly surprised by how not horrible I did. This is week is shaping up to be pretty busy, so I’m keeping things slightly more attainable.

  • Denise says:

    I am so inspired by your goals. Have you ever done a post on what your typical daily schedule looks like? I would love to get an idea of how other moms manage their time in order to accomplish their goals. I’m just starting out as a SAHM and looking for ideas! Thanks!

    Denise 🙂

  • Nicole says:

    I finally feel like I have a pretty good system down for bible memorization…it is finally a regular habit! I’m actually posting about it a bit this week on my blog. Hope you are able to make some progress this week!

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