Whew! I’m tired. June was crazy and so busy that I didn’t even realize yesterday was July 1. We got a lot accomplished in June and I plan to relax a bit more in July. I want to go over June’s goals and see how I did. Here were the goals I set and the To-Do List I had: SPIRITUAL: I had 3 goals in
I knew May was going to be a busy month, and so it was! To be honest, I don’t like being busy. I thought I did, but it just leaves me feeling overwhelmed. I’m pretty good at saying “no” to things and not overcommitting, but sometimes life is just busy. It doesn’t help to be an all-or-nothing kind of person…makes you want to do everything
I have a busy month ahead! Ryan and my brother have birthdays this month, Mother’s Day of course, Ryan goes out of town one weekend, preschool ends this month, and I have a special 1 year old’s party to plan (I’m trying to plan ahead since we might have to have it early because Ryan is out of town two weekends in June). Plus, my
Time for new goals! I love the start of a new month. Especially April. I know April officially starts tomorrow, but I need to post Maddox’s 9 month update tomorrow. The weather is so nice outside, plants are blooming, and it’s time for Spring cleaning (my favorite time of the year). First up, I took a look at how I did with my March goals.
I meant to post this yesterday, but I’ve been holding a sick 8 month old ALL day long and into the night. I’m excited to share some new goals for March. Grace was my motto this month and it’s a good thing because, as you’ll see, I didn’t complete some of the goals. It’s good to reflect each month and learn my strengths/weaknesses, as well
I’m really glad I started monthly goals instead of New Year resolutions. January had a few hiccups, but it was a good starting point to the year and I’m ready to make some new goals for February. First, here’s how I did in January. SPIRITUAL: 1. Start my Jesus Calling devotional – This devotional is great even the second time around. 2. Listen to more
Every year, I think about new year’s resolutions and I usually make several I want to stick with for the year. I was reading “Say Goodbye to Survival Mode” by Crystal Paine last year and she talks about setting monthly (even weekly) goals. I also read a lot of organizational tips from Alejandra.tv and she encourages quarterly goals vs. new year resolutions. Maybe this is