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So, my husband and I pulled out all of the Christmas presents we have already bought for the kids. At first, I was confused by how skimpy the girls’ pile was. Then, I remembered that I am supposed to sew several of their presents. Uh oh! Time to get busy!
Here are my goals for this week:
This Week’s Goals
- Finish sewing the two Christmas presents I have that are more than half done.
- Cut out and begin to sew one Christmas present that isn’t started yet.
- Put up the Christmas decorations with the kids.
- Create an attendance sheet for our homeschool.
- Make a schedule for our Advent learning/fun.
- Make a rough lesson plan and materials fee list for a class I’m going to teach at the co-op next semester.
- Write nine blog posts for others.
- Write two of my own blog posts.
- Read three chapters of Born in the Year of Courage (a book Bookworm will be reading in a few weeks)
And here’s how I did on last week’s goals:
- Finish sewing the two Christmas presents I have that are more than half done. Nope. Hence my panic now.
- Spend 4 hours cleaning and decluttering to gather stuff for our upcoming garage sale. I spent about 2 hours, but the garage sale is over now, and we were able to declutter a little.
- Create an attendance sheet for our homeschool. No.
- Create a blog schedule for the rest of the month. No.
Attend a meeting for the co-op we’re thinking of joining. Decide if we’re going to join, what classes the kids will take, and if I’ll offer to teach a class. Write two of my own blog posts. Write out a list of topics for the posts I have to write for others this month. Read the first 3 chapters of Homesick (another book Bookworm will be reading this week)
Are you setting goals this time of year, or are you just on survival mode now?