Goals for 2018: Week 21 of 52

The last two weeks, my husband was home for two days.  The rest of the time he was traveling for work.  He travels only a few times a year, usually for short trips, but this time there were three trips back to back.

Anyone who has kids with autism knows that they often don’t do well with change, and that is no different for my kids.  I’m so glad that my mom was here to help, but it was still an exhausting two weeks.  Very little got done, and now that my husband is back, I’m looking forward to getting back to a more normal schedule.

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Make Time to Relax

Read a book a week.   I finished  Somewhere There Is Still a Sun and Josiah’s Fire.

Now I’m reading The 5 Love Languages and I’ve just started The Hidden Side.

Write. Nothing this week.

Care for Myself

Exercise.  Nothing this week, but my husband and I have come up with a tentative solution.  (It’s been hard for me to leave the house early in the morning to walk because he likes to go out early in the morning to exercise.)  I’ll go out a few days a week after he comes home early from exercise, and the other days I’ll work out in my room while the kids are sleeping.

Manage my sugar cravings. I haven’t been to Weight Watchers in three weeks, so this week, I’ll just be happy if I stay even from the 3 pounds I lost a few weeks ago.

Create a Manageable Schedule for Myself

Still working on this.

Clean Up for 10 Minutes After Kids Are in Bed

I’m just starting this goal this week.

Re-establish My Prayer Routine – ACCOMPLISHED!

I have been doing great with this.  I’m marking it as accomplished because I’ve successfully done it the past few weeks, and it’s now become habit for me.

How are you doing on your goals?  I’d love it if you’d share in the comments!

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