Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Goals - Week of November 17, 2013

We're busy here with the semester winding up and heading into Advent.  We've been cleaning out like fiends and I'm loving the "empty" space! 

We finally finished cleaning out our bedroom, which seems to be a catch-all for so many things since the children aren't allowed in, with the delivery of our new mattress this weekend. We took the opportunity to clean out everything in the room, sweep, mop, dust and wash the walls down. Since we had to move the whole bed anyway, it seemed like a good time to do it.   I'm loving having the space!  Up next - finishing up the last couple of problem spots in the living room!  We tend to have specific spots where clutter collects and usually the clutter is things that don't have a true "home".  So we've been working on having homes for everything and getting rid of the excess.  Loving that!

Here's my goals for this week:

Work:
Grading
Lessons for this week and next
Finishing up some paperwork

School:
Email my advisor again
Finish 3 things on my list

Jazzercise:
Teach 2 classes
Learn 2 new routines
Attend 2 classes

Family:
Piano Lessons
Dance Lessons
Swimming Lessons
Show Missy how to sew on a button
Missy has a birthday party to go to
Family Night: Play a board game
Date Night: Put together a puzzle

Home:
Update the budget book
Problem spots in the Living Room
Ironing
Clean out the guest room closet
3 things on my Christmas gift list
Mend 3 items

Faith/Church/Ministry:
Deliver the Operation Christmas Child Boxes
Update my prayer book again
Finish prep for Advent observations
Listen to Sunday's sermon online again

What are you up to this week?
Visit Money Saving Mom to see what others are up to and for some inspiration.

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