Goals for the week of 1/15

My goals for this week are:

Blog Goals

  • Finish Post on Emergency fund
  • Work on Post to appear weekly
  • Leave a comment of another blog once a day

Family Goals

  • Get my kids outside to play once this week
  • Help husband with projects around the house
  • Plan a birthday party
  • Have the ¬†kids start planning our garden with me

Personal Goals

  • Work on my knitted hat
  • Drink 3-4 glasses of water a day
  • Exercise again this week 3 times

I think that is it for this week. How about your goals for the week?

8 thoughts on “Goals for the week of 1/15”

    1. I like to do a few in each category each week. So I don’t get so focused on just one thing and forget about other things I need to do.

  1. How long have you been knitting? Ever consider a tutorial on it…I’ve always wanted to be able to knit or crochet, but it seems so difficult.

    1. Erin,
      I have been knitting/crocheting for a long time now, since grade school off and on. Try doing a search for a Knook it is a new product out that you can make knitted items with a special crochet hook. There is some videos at the leisure arts site. My daughter has trouble with using two knitting needles but finds the Knook easier to use.

  2. I love the idea to post your personal goals also! Might do that myself…I need motivation. I would love to subscribe to your blog but I don’t see a RSS feed or Facebook button. Love your blog!

    1. I have not figured out how to do a RSS feed yet. I am hoping this week to get it set up.
      Thanks for visiting. Look back next week for a RSS feed.

  3. I also like how you broke your goals down into categories!

    I also need to start drinking more water. I set a goal to start exercising 30 minutes to an hour every day; the kids can have ‘quiet time’ while I work out.

    One of my goals this winter is to teach myself how to crochet. I’m discovering it’s easier said than done!

    My blogging goal is to post a giveaway on a vintage bracelet.

    Have a blessed week!

    1. I really like to crochet and knit both. Once you get the stiches down for crochet it does become easier. But I know when learning where to put the hook through and which stich you are working on is hard to do at first. Stick with it and let me know if I can help you in any way.

      Great for you with the exercising. I do better with the water than the exercising but I did get 3 workouts in last week and one in this week so far.

      I will come by and check out your vintage braclet giveaway.

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