What to Cook for Dinner?
This week was busy, busy, busy. We were out of the house one day for most of the morning for a doctor’s appointment. That made for quite a long day with doing homeschooling in the afternoon which isn’t the best time for my kids. We do much better with getting the majority of the school day completed by noon and have much lighter subjects in the afternoon. Then on the next day we had family come from out-of-town and stay overnight. It was so nice to visit with them and relax in the morning but that also made another day of afternoon schooling. So we were all a little off this week. But it was all worth it.
I am looking forward to a quieter week this week and just getting back to our normal schedule. This weeks goals reflect the new month and new things I am taking on. One being the new series I am starting on Frugal Recipes and also my next room in my declutter goal, which is the kitchen. The kitchen will most likely be the hardest room for me to declutter. There are so many items I don’t use very often but when I do need them I feel I really need them. So it will be challenging for me to be objective about what I really need to keep and which items are a just in case item. 🙂
What I was able to accomplish last week,
New Goals for This Week
Keep listening to book of Matthew each morning at breakfast
Continue my Bible study through Luke with the Good Morning Girls (Thanks Erin, for suggesting this)
Do my 10 Jumping Jacks and 10 Push Ups each day
Drink 6 glasses of water
Post a recipe each day for 4 weeks of Frugal Recipes
Continuing reading Fear Faith and a Fistful of Chocolates (my amazon referral link)
Start decluttering the kitchen.
Write a note of encouragement to someone
Take a CPR class with my friend
Take time to praise my kids each day for what they did that was wonderful. ( you can never praise too much)
Do a day in the life picture post this week and link up
What are your goals for this week?