Weekly Goals

Last week I outlines my monthly goals for February. Now comes the job of breaking down those goals into doable tasks. Here are some of the goals I hope to accomplish this week:

Spiritual Goals

1. Continue with daily prayers: Mass, rosary, quiet prayer and bible reading/study.

2. Continue memorizing John 14:27.

Spousal goals

3. Write love note for Michael and hide it in his work bag.

4. As Michael if there is anything in particular that I can do for him.

Mothering goals

5. Read The Mysterious Benedict Society to Andrew + have Andrew read one short story to me.

6. Work with Andrew on character building: Obedience. (Doing this with stories, role-play and lots of practice! More on this to follow in another post.)

Personal Development

7. Research a SIMPLE pattern for a Kindle Touch cover and buy the needed yarn. (If you know of any easy pattern, please let me know!)

8. Exercise on treadmill or Elliptical for 15 minutes. (Because of my CP, it has taken me a long time to get up to 15 minutes. I literally started out by exercising 3 minutes, so I’m a little proud of myself. 🙂 )

9. Read Attack on Planet Falrus (for book review) and Good News for Bad Days: Living a Soulful Life; besides the readings for my classes.

Blogging goals

10. Compose and pre-post first installment of my series on marriage.

11. Write outline for e-book.

A little ambitious I think, but I’ll do my best. Come be inspired by some other weekly goals over at Money Saving Mom. While you’re at it, why not link up your own? 🙂

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  1. Congratulations on your exercise. Sometimes those of us with disabilities have to count by single minutes. What we accomplish may not look like much, but for us it is substantial victory. Good for you!
    Barb…recently posted…Sunday Snippets – A Catholic CarnivalMy Profile

    • SimpleCatholic says

      Thank you Barb. Thanks for the reminder that the little things can be a substantial victory – you are absolutely right.

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