Weekly Goals

Set Goals

Here are my goals from last week:

Spiritual Goals

1. Daily mass and meditation, rosary and weekly bible study at the parish on Thursday. In the parish bible study we a doing a scriptural walk-through of the bible using they book by Dr. Edward Sri. It is awesome!

2. Memorize Matthew 4:4 (“One does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes forth from the mouth of God.”)

Family/Mothering Goals

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

4. Evening devotions/bible reading as a family.

5. Continue reading The Mysterious Benedict Society to Andrew. It was 485 pages, but we did it! It was a good book but a little over Andrew’s head at times. I also read to him the Magic Tree House Series #8 “Midnight on the Moon.” Have Andrew read one short story to me.

6. Character building with Andrew. (This month’s theme is forgiveness.)

Personal Development

7. Continue to exercise on treadmill or Elliptical for 15 minutes.

8. Write and post book review for Attack on Planet Falrus and continue staying on top of my course work.

10. Re-work pattern for Kindle cover.

Blogging goals

11. Compose and post final installment on the blog series on marriage. (It was on submission in a Catholic marriage.)

12. Write first draft for e-book. (I’ll get this done eventually!)

Here are my goals for this week:

Spiritual Goals

1. Daily mass and meditation, rosary and weekly bible study at the parish on Thursday.

2. Memorize Psalm 62:2-3 (“My soul rests in God alone, from whom comes my salvation. God alone is my rock and salvation, my secure height; I shall never fall.”)

Family/Mothering Goals

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

4. Evening devotions/bible reading as a family

5. Read “The Boy Who ran Away” and “Tornadoes!” to Andrew. Have Andrew read one short story to me.

Personal Development

7. Exercise on treadmill  for 20 minutes.

8. Stay on top of my course work.

9. Re-work pattern for Kindle cover.

Blogging goals

10. Write and post book review for Attack on Planet Falrus and continue staying on top of my course work. (Planning to get this scheduled for Wednesday or Thursday.)

11. Write first draft for e-book. (I’ll get this done eventually!)

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Comments

  1. Does setting goals help you or does it overwhelm you? I try to schedule stuff but it tends to overwhelm me when I do that. Maybe I need to cut down my list! Thanks!
    Colleen…recently posted…The Cross and the RainbowMy Profile

    • SimpleCatholic says:

      Setting goals helps me. It helps me stay accountable and gives me satisfaction when I cross things off the list. As a matter of fact, if I do something that’s not on my list, I write it down and cross it off. Crazy I know! I think it helps to give me an allusion of control. LOL!

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