10 Goals for the Week

10 Goals to Tackle This Week

I didn’t get as much done as I would have hoped to last week, but that’s okay. ;)

Here’s what I did get accomplished:

Family/Mothering Goals:

1. Play outside with the kids at least 3x and get some much needed vitamin D from the sunshine – I don’t leave the house much right now, so I want to make an effort to get outside with the kids (and get some vitamin D in the process :) ) instead of simply watching them play from inside. — I only played outside with the kids once last week.

2. Plan a Family Night

Personal Goals:

3. Juice 1x this week

4. Walk on the treadmill for 20 minutes 4x — I only made it on the treadmill 2x for 20 minutes.

5. Read 20 pages of Balanced: Finding Center as a Work-at-Home Mom by Tricia Goyer — I got sidetracked last week and ended up reading The Starch Solution: Eat the Foods You Love, Regain Your Health, and Lose the Weight for Good by Dr. John McDougall. I loved this book, and we’re starting a new way of eating this week. I feel totally prepared to live a healthier lifestyle after reading Dr. McDougall’s book, but I’m looking forward to getting back to Balanced on my Kindle app this week.

Home Management Goals:

6. Mop the floors

7. Unpack one box sitting in the basement

Business Goals:

8. Get caught up on work — I’m still behind.

9. Return emails — I didn’t get to them all.

10. Write 4 blog posts — Someday, I WILL write four blog posts in a week. I’m not giving up on this goal!

Here are my goals for this week:

Family/Mothering Goals:

1. Play outside with the kids at least 3x and get some much needed vitamin D from the sunshine – I don’t leave the house much right now, so I want to make an effort to get outside with the kids (and get some vitamin D in the process :) ) instead of simply watching them play from inside.

2. Plan a Family Night

Personal Goals:

3. “Eat that Frog” Tuesday through Saturday of this week! ;) — I’m going to work on doing the most difficult task that needs to be done FIRST in my day before focusing on the endless smaller tasks that take up my time.

4. Walk on the treadmill for 20 minutes 3x

5. Read 20 pages of Balanced: Finding Center as a Work-at-Home Mom by Tricia Goyer

Home Management Goals:

6. Fill one bag with items to donate

7. Unpack one box sitting in the basement

Business Goals:

8. Get caught up on work

9. Return emails

10. Write 4 blog posts

What are your goals for this week?

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  1. I can understand the not getting as much done as I want to. This was me the last several weeks. Finally, got on top of my goals this week.

    The advice to take on the things that you don’t want to early in the week is great. I need to remember this one. I get distracted a lot by the non important items. Yikes! Good luck with your goals this week!

    • Sandra says:

      Thank you, Lydia! And I’ll admit I’m a Type B personality with Type A ambitions. This can get me in trouble sometimes because I’ll take something good on and then procrastinate getting it done. I’m hoping to overcome this by doing the difficult thing first in my day.

      I made a note to myself on my Google calendar as a reminder to keep this up for the rest of the week. :)

      I’m glad to hear that you were able to tackle your goals! I’m heading over to check out your post this week!

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