Goals for the Week of 5/7

Here is how I did on my goals this week:

Blog

1. Review my assignments from blog mentoring class (I will have to wait until after home school is out for summer)
2. Start working on posts for next month ( I got a few written)
3. Spent time each day learning about my theme to improve this site ( I got this done a few times this week)

Family

4. Do one activity with each child daily separately
5. Garden planting weather permitting
6. Research compost prices for front yard flower beds
7. Help my husband with a project this week

Personal

8. Exercise 2 times this week (I got one day in does this count?)
9. Drink 6 glasses of water each day
10. Spend 10 minutes relaxing each day (I did not have much free time this past week)

My 10 Goals For This Week

Personal

1. Take time to make one call to someone I have been thinking of to check on them
2. Pray while I am washing dishes for those who come to mind
3. Exercise once this week
4. Drink 6 glasses of water each day

Family

5. Get the kids outside to play and garden once this week
6. Have the kids help with the freezer cooking this week
7. Write my husband a note for his lunch
8. Play a game once this week with the kids

Blog

9. Continue to follow along with the 4 Weeks to Fill Your Freezer
10. Write two more post for this up coming month

That should keep me busy this whole week. Share your goals in the comments.

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6 thoughts on “Goals for the Week of 5/7”

  1. Good work on your goals and I love your reachable goal list. I usually have to high hopes, then I just feel like I never get things done. I need to be better at making small manageable goals. Nice blog.

    1. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I try to make manageable goals each week but some weeks I get carried away too and think I can do more than I really can.

  2. Hi Shelly! I love your goal of drinking 6 glasses of water each day. Drinking enough water always seems to be a challenge for me.

    Good job on getting some of your blogs posts written ahead of time, too! That’s always hard to find time to do.

    I hope you have a productive week! 🙂

    1. I try to drink the water everyday and do pretty well. It is exercising I have a hard time finding time for. I guess I just have to add it to my routine. But at least I keep trying to work it in.

    1. Oh I wish I had a good source of free compost. I do compost our food scraps and yard clippings but it only makes enough for our vegetable/fruit garden. So I need to get some for our flower beds. I used some last year and the flowers grew very well.

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