My 10 Goals For This Week



I felt like last week was kind of scattered and not very focused, but then when I sat down to look at my goals list, I was so encouraged to realize that I checked off so many things! YAY! This is why keeping track can be a good thing. It not only provides accountability, but it also provides encouragement that you sometimes get more done than you realize that you did!

This week, my big focus is getting the book edits done for my book manuscript. I have a really tight window of time to get them done, so I’m going to be working hard to get them finished by Friday afternoon (when they are due!) I just got them today… but gratefully, it’s a quieter week this week and we don’t have plans or activities three nights. YAY! So I think it should be doable!

Here’s an update on last week’s goals…

Last Week’s Goals

Personal Goals

1. Take 3 walks in our neighborhood.

2. Read 5 chapters of The White Rose Resists. Read 5 chapters of Atomic Habits. Finish listening to Five Days in November. Finish reading Standing Strong.

3. Do pelvic floor exercises at least four times.

4. Do 3 days of Couch to 5K.

5. Get 45,000 steps in.

Home/Family Goals

6. Read 20 pages of A Boy’s War as a family. Read three chapters of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to the babies and Silas. 

7. Invite friends over.

Work/Blog Goals

8. Do an IG story for a brand (I’ve had this on my calendar for way too long — time to get it done!)

9. Plan and teach a live coaching session for my Blogging Mastermind group.

Word of the Year Goals

10. Have a family movie night.

And here’s my goals for this week…

This Week’s Goals

Personal Goals

1. Take 3 walks in our neighborhood.

2. Read 5 chapters of The White Rose Resists. Read 5 chapters of Atomic Habits. Read 5 chapters of Standing Strong.

3. Finish listening to Dare to Lead.

4. Do pelvic floor exercises at least four times.

5. Do 3 days of Couch to 5K.

6. Get 48,000 steps in.

Home/Family Goals

7. Read 20 pages of A Boy’s War as a family. Read three chapters of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to the babies and Silas. 

8. Watch the Presidential Debate together and discuss our thoughts & opinions as a family. (We love having intense discussions on political topics — and are learning to share our thoughts and disagree with grace and kindness!)

Work/Blog Goals

9. Finish my second round of book edits.

Word of the Year Goals

10. Have a family movie night.



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