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Goal Setting: Week of July 26, 2015

Week in Review | Making the Most BlogOkay, so this week wasn’t quite as bad as last week with accomplishing goals, but it still wasn’t great either.  What I really need to do is focus on my prayer time and my physical goals.  I’m really feeling sluggish right now, so what I’m doing currently needs to stop.  I didn’t quite get all the cleaning and ironing done, but I also did 4 extra loads of sheets and blankets (thanks to Rapunzel), crushed 2 large trash bags of aluminum cans, and swept the basement stairs, so I figure it’s a wash.

Here’s how I did with everything else:

Spiritual:

  • Devotions (5/7)
  • Designated prayer time (2/7)

Mental:

  • Journal (2/7)

Physical:

  • No soda
  • 8 c. of water daily
  • Exercise (3/7)

Family:

  • Devotions with Prince Charming (1/7)
  • Devotions with Princess Anna and Rapunzel (3/7)
  • 1 hour with Prince Charming
  • Spend time with Rapunzel
  • Spend time with Princess Anna

Career:

  • Blog 3 days (MTM)
  • Work on printable scripture cards (MTM)
  • Type research notes (Book)

Cleaning:

  • Vacuum play room
  • Sweep living room and dining room

Should Do:

  • Ironing

Here are my goals for next week:

Spiritual:

  • Devotions (5/7)
  • Designated prayer time (1/7)

Mental:

  • Journal (2/7)

Physical:

  • 1 soda daily
  • 2 c. of water daily
  • Exercise (2/7)

Family:

  • Devotions with Prince Charming (1/7)
  • Devotions with Princess Anna (3/7)
  • 1 hour with Prince Charming
  • Spend time with Princess Anna

Career:

  • Blog 3 days (MTM)
  • Work on printable scripture cards (MTM)
  • Finish Living Courageously by Joyce Meyer
  • Type 1/2 chapter of book

Cleaning:

  • Vacuum play room
  • Clean bathrooms

Should Do:

  • Ironing

What are your goals this week?

Whitney Wagner

Hi, I'm Whitney! Wife to Prince Charming and mom of two gorgeous girls, I am also an author, speaker, and Jesus follower. I love writing, books, bags, and all things creative.

Making the Most exists so that I can share with you how we make the most of what we have and the most of each day we've been given with the hope that you can make the most of what you have too.

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