Weekly Goals

Set Goals

Gosh, another week has gone by. Here’s what went on this past week:

1.Continue reading  the gospel of Mark five minutes per day. (Slowly working my way through this!)

2. Pray the rosary each day with Andrew.

3. Prepare and practice for mock interview for speech class. Work on biology paper and take quiz. (I am relieved to say that the mock interview went very well! Praise the Lord!)

4. Write for at least 5 minutes (of fiction) each day. (Well, I didn’t write EVERY day, but I’m still counting it!)

5. Write Michael a love note.

6. Participate in the 30 Day House Cleaning Challenge. (I’m loving the way my house is shaping up with this challenge!)

Here’s what’s up for this coming week:

1.Continue reading  the gospel of Mark five minutes per day.

2. Pray the rosary each day with Andrew.

3. Work on next speech project, work on next quiz and paper for biology. Register for Shakespeare class for fall.

4. Write for at least 5 minutes (of fiction) each day.

5. Work on the e-book I’m writing. (It is a book on prayer and it will be F.R.E.E.!)

6. Participate in the 30 Day House Cleaning Challenge.

What are your plans for this week? Let us know in the comments or head over to Money Saving Mom and share them with us!

Weekly Goals

Set Goals

I’m a little late getting this up today. I usually write out my goals on Sunday but I had family over and never got a chance to get it done. In any case, here is how I did last week:

1. Begin reading  the gospel of Mark five minutes per day. (Sorry to say I didn’t get any bible reading this week.)

2. Pray the rosary each day and do Lenten devotionals with Andrew.

3. Take both biology quizzes and work on “conversation project” for speech class.

4. Write for at least 5 minutes (of fiction) each day. (Only had the chance to to write fiction twice this week.)

5. Continue karate lessons and basketball clinic for Andrew.

6. Start plans for Andrew’s birthday. His birthday is on Easter Sunday this year, so it will be pretty simple!

Here are my goals for this coming week.

1. Begin reading  the gospel of Mark five minutes per day.

2. Pray the rosary each day and do Lenten devotionals with Andrew.

3. Give my half of the conversation project for speech class and get caught up with biology course work.

4. Write for at least 5 minutes (of fiction) each day.

5. Continue karate lessons and basketball clinic for Andrew.

6. Participate in the Early to Rise Challenge.

What are your goals this week? Let us know in the comments or head over to Money Saving Mom and share them with us!

Weekly Goals

Here’s how I did this week:

1. Continue reading through the gospel of Matthew five minutes per day. I’m getting near the end… (Finally finished.)

2. Pray the rosary each day.

3. Take biology exam and keep up with textbook reading for speech class. (I’m happy to report that I kicked some biology butt and did really well on the exam. 🙂 )

4. Write for at least 5 minutes (of fiction) each day.

5. Continue karate lessons and basketball clinic for Andrew. (My sweet husband took Andrew to both lessons for me so that I could get caught up on homework.)

6. Complete and begin Lenten devotional with Andrew.

Here are my goals for this week:

1. Begin reading  the gospel of Mark five minutes per day.

2. Pray the rosary each day and do Lenten devotionals with Andrew.

3. Take both biology quizzes and work on “conversation project” for speech class.

4. Write for at least 5 minutes (of fiction) each day.

5. Continue karate lessons and basketball clinic for Andrew.

6. Start plans for Andrew’s birthday. His birthday is on Easter Sunday this year, so it will be pretty simple!

What are your goals this week? Let us know in the comments or head over to Money Saving Mom and share them with us!