September 8, 2014

my weekly to-dos...

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I took a bit of a break from these lists during August, but I'm eager to start them up again. I like having these posts to start off my week—it helps me feel more organized, accomplished, centered. Funny how a little thing like this can have such an impact.

In any case, see below for this week's to-dos!

This week's goals:

Marriage, Motherhood & Home Life
 — Meet with financial advisor
 — Plan date-night for this month
 — Take Eisley somewhere new

 — Get back to early mornings (I've relapsed and am "sleeping in" until 6:45 again)
 — Be active every day
 — Daily devotions/journaling
 — Finish reading one book (currently reading Say Goodbye to Survival Mode, The Nesting Place, and Red-Hot Monogamy as ebooks, as well as The Sugar Queen and Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict as "real" books)

 — Make 5 items to list in the shop
 — Finish album for Eisley's 1st birthday

 — Earn at least one $5 gift card from Swagbucks

Monday, please be kind. I hope you all have a beautiful beginning-of-the-week!

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  1. I always love these posts from bloggers - it's always interesting to see what's going on their daily lives. I'm off to check out the eBooks you mentioned - they sound like something I need these days.

  2. I love that sleeping in for you is 6:45am. How do you stay awake all day? I need a nap if I wake up before 7am!

  3. I love that you usually plan to take Eisley somewhere new each week! I tend to frequent the same spots with my kids ... the same playgrounds, the same library, the same pool. After seeing your goal to take your little one somewhere new week after week, though, I've started trying to do the same with my littles. This summer we discovered three new playgrounds, visited a new rec centre, and rode the bus downtown to have lunch at the legislature grounds and wading pools. I love having a new adventure to look forward to each week. Thanks for the inspiration :)

  4. I always love reading these ( I probably told you this a hundred times).
    Ebooks are great! Have you ever tried BookBub or Riffle Select for getting free ebooks? They send you a newsletter with discounted ebooks from amazon and others. I've collected so many ebook this way. If you are interested you should sign up. By the way, are you on goodreads?
    Have a great week! :)


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