Tuesday, December 2, 2014

december goals

december goals
(Printable calendar from Jillian McClenahan) (thank you!)

★Do 1, cheerful activity every day this month with my girls
★Document this festive month
★Completely catch up with Project Life (scared)
★Go to the library and find a book to read
★ Begin and complete a 4 week activity challenge

If you're new here, these are my . . .
Ongoing projects/goals from previous months

from November:
Get up early on the weekends
★Complete the 4 Weeks to a More Organized Home challenge
(working on it)
★Go hiking
Try a new class at the gym

from October
Clean every nook and cranny of my workspace
Take evening walks with each of my daughters
Try a new hot beverage

from September
Begin and complete an activity challenge
Cook/bake with pumpkin
Make time for myself
★Complete my summer Project Life book
Picnic

from August:

Continue to incorporate daily, fun summer break activities for my girls until they start school
★Do a 30 day green smoothie challenge
★Go thrifting
★Read a book
Plan a surprise birthday party for my dad 

from July:
Continue to incorporate daily, fun summer break activities for my girls
★Also, document our activities
★Track my meals/snacks every day this month
Put makeup on in the morning

from June:
Incorporate daily, fun summer break activities for my girls
Document our activities
Go night swimming

from May:
★Do 30 bags in 30 days
★Eat vegetables or fruit with every meal or snack
★Stop midweek spending

from April:
"Do the "100 Happy Days" challenge
★Embrace the present moment and be flexible
★Read daily to Addy and Juli
★Completely catch up with Project Life
(I said- working on this. ;)

from March:
Paint
Journal
Read

from February:
Complete a 4 week activity challenge
★Start my family cookbook project
Go on a date with Jesse

from January:
Revamp my workout routine
Dress my vegetables differently in attempts to eat more of them
Begin phase 1 of decorating our home

Read more about my goals for 2014 here.

What are your goals this month?

4 comments:

  1. I so need to get better at setting goals. You've inspired me.

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  2. Love this!! I write my in goal in my notebook, but putting it out there on the internet is so smart!! And uhh...love that challenge to have a more organized home!!!

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    1. I definitely feel the pressure from letting people know what my goals are. The accountability has made me more successful at accomplishing them, too. My house is slightly (SLIGHTLY) more organized. ;)

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