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6 goals for this week

I’m releasing an ebook tomorrow and leaving to speak at Allume with Jesse on Thursday, so I’m keeping my goals simple this week. 🙂

Last week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Read 3 chapters of The Stolen Necklace aloud to Kathrynne. Finish Still More Stories From Grandma’s Attic aloud to Kaitlynn. Read 10 picture books to Silas. Read at least 3 chapters of A Way Through the Sea aloud to the kids.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

Personal Goals

3. Finish reading Whose Voice the Waters Heard, Desperate, Anything, and Reunion.

4. Start listening to Made to Stick.

5. Do 5 days’ worth of the Couch to 10 K program.

6. Run in a 5K race on Saturday — finally! :)

7. Get at least 7 hours of sleep every night

Homemaking Goals

8. Finish 25 more rows of the scarf I’m working on knitting.

9. Make at least two new recipes.

Business Goals

10. Finish tweaking the workshop & powerpoint for our joint session at Allume next week. {Almost done with this!}

This week’s goals:

Family/Marriage/Mothering Goals

1. Read aloud to the children every day (Monday through Wednesday).

Personal Goals

2. Read Erasing Hell by Francis Chan, The Memory Jar by Tricia Goyer, Anything by Jennie Allen, Pinterest Power, The Wings of the Morning, Wrecked by Jeff Goins. {I’m hoping to get through a lot of books this week since I’ll be flying to PA and back!}

3. Listen to one hour of Made to Stick.

4. Do 3 days’ worth of the Couch to 10K program.

Business Goals

5. Finish tweaking the workshop & powerpoint for our joint session at Allume next week.

6. Launch 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life.

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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17 Comments

  • Katie says:

    It was so hard for me to narrow down my goal list this week! It’s the kind of week where I want to have at least 10 goals a day– but I have to remind myself to take bite-sized pieces!

  • Erica Barker says:

    thanks for the link up. I hope you have a good trip. I’m switching to WordPress and a new site this week. Yay! It was a surprise from my husband.

  • Way to go on your goals!

    Thanks for the link up! 🙂

  • You really accomplished a lot last week!

    I love your pile of books.

    I hope your Allume session goes well. I’m sure it will! I was in your session last year and loved it.

  • Shelly says:

    This week I have plans to try out a new recipe, get my regular exercise in which I haven’t been doing very well at this past few weeks. I also want to work with the kids on a project we started last week. I was only able to get 5 of my goals accomplished last week but I am going to work harder to get more accomplished this week.

    I hope you have a great trip. I wish I was going to the Allume conference.

  • Jen says:

    You got a lot done last week!

  • Last week was a good week, finally. Got several things crossed off. However, this made me hesitant for this week and I don’t want to crash and burn.

  • I was really hoping to see a race picture! I am sure you did great. My major goals this week are to figure out if I can swim or do pilates or some other type of cross training while letting this muscle strain rehab. I tried to run last Thursday after 3 weeks off and it really hurt, I had to stop. Now been told to wait to December to run. Besides that I have two books to read (one being you discipline e-book I just bought it this morning). I also want to get some crafts made and posted in my craft album on Facebook, made $46 so far this Christmas shopping season from the early bird shoppers. I also want to put together a basket full of my homemade items for my husband to take to work with him, all tagged and with a price sheet as well by weeks end.

  • Here’s my goals for the week and how I did on last weeks goals:
    http://purposelyfrugal.com/2012/10/22/goals/#.UIaLB6o0mfA

  • Nicole says:

    Wish I lived closer so I could go to Allume! You really need to figure out how to livestream ALL of your speaking events. 🙂 Prayers for a great event!

  • Gretchen says:

    Thanks for always encouraging us to do better and to set goals.

  • Maureen says:

    You’ll be in Harrisburg? Only two hours from me. Wish I could attend the conference. I read Erasing Hell and Wrecked. Loved both of them. Wrecked was especially good. Have a great conference! Enjoy PA (you’ll be really close to the Hershey Factory — Put that in your budget!) It’s a great state.

  • Gina says:

    I got the audiobook version of Wrecked! I can’t wait to start it. I plan to begin it next week. 🙂

    I’ve been wanting to read Erasing Hell, too. I have it on my Kindle along with other Francis Chan books. (I’ve only read Crazy Love so far.)

    Congrats on your 5K run! 🙂

  • Sarabell says:

    I’m so interested in Pinterest Power! I’m self-marketing almost exclusively through free social networking tools and I use Pinterest but haven’t really seen many traffic redirections from it yet. I hope you’ll let us know what you think of it!

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