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Goal Setting: Week of October 25, 2015

Week in Review | Making the Most BlogWell, this week definitely has gone better than other weeks with tasks completed, although I can’t say I’m doing very well with the goals that have intangible outcomes.  I suppose that’s something I really need to focus on next week.  It probably made a difference that we were busy every single night this week, though things aren’t looking much better next week.  Our schedule should open up again in November, so hopefully that will help.  Guess we’ll find out!  Well, anyway, here’s how I did this week:

Spiritual:

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

Mental:

  • Journal (3/7)
  • Read parts 1-3 of Simply Tuesday by Emily Freeman

Physical:

  • Drink soda only 2 days
  • 4 c. of water daily (3/7)
  • Exercise (3/7)

Family:

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

Career:

  • Blog 3 days (MTM)
  • Work on scripture cards
  • Write 20 pages (should complete today)

Should Do:

  • Ironing
  • Cut coupons

Here are my goals for next week:

Spiritual:

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

Mental:

  • Journal (3/7)
  • Read parts 1-3 of Simply Tuesday by Emily Freeman

Physical:

  • Drink soda only 2 days
  • 4 c. of water daily (3/7)
  • Exercise (3/7)

Family:

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

Career:

  • Blog 3 days (MTM)
  • Work on scripture cards
  • Write 20 pages

Should Do:

  • Ironing
  • Cut coupons

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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