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10 Goals For This Week

Last week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Read 1 chapter of The Borrowers and 3 chapters of The Tanglewoods’ Secret to the children. Read 1 chapter of Caddie Woodlawn with Kaitlynn. Read a few picture books with Silas.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

Personal Goals

3. Work on memorizing & reviewing Romans 1:1-23.

4. Run 12 miles.

5. Read Loving the Way Jesus Loves, Leaving Yesterday, and Love Works.

Homemaking Goals

6. Work for 30 minutes on my embroidery project.

7. Try two new recipes.

Business Goals

8. Work on updating 10 more posts for Pinterest.

9. Put together outlines for two new upcoming talks.

10. Write two posts for the 52 Ways to Save $100 a Year series.

This week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Read 3 chapters of The Borrowers and 4 chapters of The Tanglewoods’ Secret to the children. Read 3 chapters of Caddie Woodlawn with Kaitlynn. Read a few picture books with Silas.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

Personal Goals

3. Work on memorizing & reviewing Romans 1:1-23.

4. Run 12 miles.

5. Read Daring Greatly, Leaving Yesterday, Bread & Wine, and Wild Goose Chase.

Homemaking Goals

6. Work for 30 minutes on my embroidery project.

7. Try five new recipes for the Make It From Scratch Challenge.

Business Goals

8. Work on updating 10 more posts for Pinterest.

9. Work on two new upcoming talks.

10. Write one post for the 52 Ways to Save $100 a Year series.

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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15 Comments

  • I’ve been so inspired by your read-aloud posts that we have taken up more reading at our house! At first I was discouraged that my 4 year old wouldn’t listen to the stories, even though I had him play with blocks or cars. After seeing your note about starting with picture books, I tried that and it has worked 🙂 Thanks so much and have a great week!

  • Shelly says:

    My son is getting better at read aloud time. It’s just so hard for him to sit still. But we just started our first big book without too many pictures, The Burgress Animal Book for Children. By using a few different voices for the different animals he is really enjoying it so far. Read aloud time was so much easier with my daughter but she loves reading now, so it is so worth it.

  • I have been really enjoying your “52 Ways to Save $100 a Year” series. I’ve gleaned lots of tips so far that have been very helpful!

  • You have inspired me to start reading chapter books to my kids. I am reading Paddington to my daughter and I am going to start Wizard of Oz to my son. I loved your post on how to get your kids to love reading! This week I am going to try some of your advice and read while they are coloring or eating lunch. I think they will enjoy it so much more! Thanks!

  • Molly says:

    Ooh, I look forward to seeing the recipes you try for the Make It From Scratch Challenge. I think five new recipes in a week would overtire my poor little brain — major respect to you for that goal!

    And I will confess: most of the new recipes I try are ones I get from your website. I haven’t been let down yet! Thank you!

  • Jennifer says:

    Came across this post, and I think it’s a great idea to post weekly goals on your blog! I’ve decided to do the same…hopefully it’ll help me stick to them! 😉

  • You are doing great with your running! Keep it up! I’m making progress exercising too… finally! 🙂 Have a great week!

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