Sunday, November 30, 2014

Goals Update and 10 New Goals for the Week

We're going to pretend like last week just didn't happen in terms of setting goal setting.  Thanksgiving was amazing and relaxing and I just didn't feel the need to do anything more than hang out with the hubby and kids and enjoy our time off together.

Marriage Goals

1. Watch a movie together. A Madea Christmas is HILARIOUS!!
2. Play a game together...maybe Boggle... Our family loves games: Ticket to Ride, Scattergories, Boggle...

Mothering Goals
3. Begin reading The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary aloud with the kids.
4. Cook one meal together.

Household Goals
5. Get back on track with meal planning and cooking at home. This was somewhat successful.  We had a bunch of food leftover from the funeral, but I did make a great pot of soup one night.  Recipe coming soon!

6. Clean dining room and kitchen windows.--The bugs are killer here! Well, I got the living room windows done.  They take forever.

Personal Goals
7. Restart my Proverbs 31 Woman study.  Ok, ok, I'll really start that this week.

8. Find and begin reading a good novel. I got Hell's Corner by John Grisham from my mom and hope to begin it soon!

9. Write 3 blog posts.

Work Goals
10. Complete 2 weeks of lesson plans.  Nothing to worry about over Thanksgiving!
11. Only stay late 2 afternoons.


Marriage Goals

1. Watch a movie together.
2. Plan something special for hubby's birthday.

Mothering Goals
3. Begin reading The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary aloud with the kids.
4. Plan out Family Advent Activities for December.
5. Do a Christmas craft together.

Household Goals
6. Get back on track with meal planning and cooking at home.
7. Clean dining room windows.

Personal Goals
7. Restart my Proverbs 31 Woman study.
8. Begin reading Hell's Corner.
9. Write 3 blog posts.
10. Create 3 products for my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Work Goals
11. Complete 1 week of lesson plans.
12. Only stay late 2 afternoons.

Proverbs 21:5
The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty.

What are you up to this week?

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