Goals for This Week {3/3}

I was able to get most of my goals done this week. There are a few that still fell by the wayside but I did make some good progress. I am hoping to get back on track with my exercise as this past few weeks I haven’t been very good about getting my exercise done each day. I think I need to plan for exercising first thing in the morning so I can get it done before the day gets busy. What works best for you to get your exercise in each day?


Here is what I was able to accomplish this past week,

Write a note of encouragement to someone

Continue listening to the Bible on cd each morning

Continue Good Morning Girls Bible study on Luke I was able to get this study done most days

Get to bed by 10:30 each night (I made it to bed on time about 4 times this week, better but I still need to work on this goal)

Continue my 10 jumping jacks and push ups each day ( Only about 3 times this past week)

Finish reading Fear Faith and a Fistful of Chocolates and write a review posts (Finished, look for the post on Wednesday)

Sort through the vegetable seeds and plan our garden out with the kids (We were able to get half of this goal done, I will work on the second half this week)

Write my yearly goal update for February (Look for the post this week)

Plan my next 5 weeks of dinners


New Goals for this Week

Write a note of encouragement or make a phone call

Work with the kids in making our garden plan for this year

Sprout peas for planting in the garden

Get to bed on time, 10:30

Exercise each day CD with kids each morning

Good Morning Girls Luke Study

Do a project with the kids


What is your plan for this week?


2 thoughts on “Goals for This Week {3/3}”

  1. It looks like you did a great job with your goals last week, Shelly. I’m so impressed at how you plan out five weeks of meals! That’s amazing.

    For exercise, I have given up the hope of having peace and freedom to be able to do it alone…at least for the next few years anyway. Now that I have an accountability partner, I know I need to get on the treadmill four days a week for 30 minutes each time, so whether I’m able to do it alone or carrying my daughter while I walk, I get on and walk.

    I end up spacing out my 30 minutes throughout the day – again not because I want to – but because the baby doesn’t want to be on the treadmill with mama anymore. 🙂 Yesterday, I walked for 12 minutes during the day, and after the kids went to bed, I walked for 20 minutes more.

    1. Thanks, Sandra. I only wished I did a little better on my exercising. I am going to try to do my exercising right away in the morning to get it out of the way before the day gets too busy.

      I only plan out our dinners 5 weeks at a time. I just go with easy stuff for breakfast and lunches. I am happy to have the dinner plan done for a while. 🙂

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