July 21, 2014

my weekly to-dos...

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Aaaaaand now it's back to the usual, after a few weeks away! I know it wasn't the longest getaway of all time, but even after being away for a couple weeks I started to look forward to doing things like grocery shopping, cleaning day, and the friendly sound of our own coffee maker every morning. (Have I mentioned I'm a bit of a homebody? It's an issue.)

So, here are my goals for the week ahead:

Marriage, Motherhood & Home Life
 — Try one new recipe (I have my eye on this pesto recipe)
 — Buy one new item we need for the duplex (most likely pillow covers to replace the ones that are falling apart, or a frame for my one-of-these-days wall collage)
 — Organize Eisley's clothes and toys (and donate any she no longer needs)

Self
 — Order glasses (decided to go with the ones from this post that I loved so much)
 — Read every day
 — Restart running program (can't believe it's been three weeks—yikes!)

Creativity
 — Add vintage books and other miscellany to the shop
 — Make 5 new things to sell

Miscellany
 — Send one piece of snail mail
 — Tackle email inbox (hold me!)

Are any of you folks doing weekly to-do lists on your blogs these days? I'd love to take a peek at yours!

3 comments :

  1. I've been meaning to make weekly to-dos and because you're so faithful about it, you inspired me to do so!

    http://www.hopelesslyhealthy.com/2014/07/21/weekly-to-dos/

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  2. I don't have a blog, but I've started doing something very similar in a journal each week. Setting my intentions for the week helps me waste less time and accomplish the things I need or want to do. I love it! The biggest change has been adding one nice, unexpected thing I do for my husband. We've been married 6 years in September and have 2 children and it's easy to neglect that relationship. But a strong and healthy marriage sets the foundation for the family, so doing one nice thing for him each week has really helped to make him feel appreciated. Thanks for the inspiration! I'm glad you're home safe and sound, I missed your blog :)

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  3. I'm glad you're back! Missed you, but so happy you had an awesome vacation. :)

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