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Goal Setting: Week Of September 25, 2016

Goal Setting: Week of September 25, 2016

Week in Review | Making the Most BlogHey, it was another great week for accomplishing my physical goals (which is amazing)!  Not so much for accomplishing those.  Hopefully I’ll be able to catch up some next week.  Only time will tell.

Here’s what I accomplished this week:

Spiritual:

  • Devotions (5/7)
  • Designated prayer time (1/7)
  • Attend Bible study
  • Complete Bible study homework

Mental:

  • Journal (1/7)

Physical:

  • No soda (4/7)
  • 8 c. of water daily (1/7)
  • Exercise (3/7)

Relationships:

  • Devotions with Prince Charming (1/7)
  • Devotions with Babies (1/7)
  • Spend time with Princess Anna
  • Spend time with Rapunzel
  • Send 8 personal notes
  • Plan hospitality date for October
  • Plan date night for September

Career:

  • Blog 3 days (MTM)
  • Work on book (1 day)
  • Work 12-15 hours (VA)

Should Do:

  • Cut coupons
  • Ironing
  • Weed the back yard (Part 1)
  • Clean the playroom

Here’s what I’d like to accomplish next week:

Spiritual:

  • Devotions (5/7)
  • Designated prayer time (1/7)
  • Attend Bible study
  • Complete Bible study homework

Mental:

  • Journal (1/7)

Physical:

  • No soda
  • 8 c. of water daily (2/7)
  • Exercise (4/7)

Relationships:

  • Devotions with Prince Charming (1/7)
  • Devotions with Babies (1/7)
  • Spend time with Princess Anna
  • Spend time with Rapunzel
  • Send 8 personal notes

Career:

  • Blog 3 days (MTM)
  • Work on book (1 day)
  • Work 12-15 hours (VA)

Should Do:

  • Cut coupons
  • Ironing
  • Weed the back yard (Part 1)
  • Clean playroom

How about you?  Did you accomplish 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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