*Continue blogging 4-5 days a week. *Plan some fun holiday posts *Reach 1,000 Instagram followers *Participate in a giveaway
Blog posts have been consistent and there is more Holiday fun going on in the world of blogging than I can handle. I participated in a holiday shopping cash giveaway and I am currently almost to 1100 Instagram followers!
We missed out on the donut date but that is probably for the best with all the other tasty foods we have been eating lately.
*Workout 4-5 Days a week
*Complete Level 6 of the new rules program
*Miraculously do one chin-up
*Share about my journey the past 6 months
Fitness goals completely bombed this month. I suffered a slight knee injury, got horribly sick then became so sore from one really intense workout that I couldn’t do anything for days #FAIL. I also never posted about what’s been going on in my head.
But next month I can try again!
*Continue reading Women of the Word
*Keep trying to connect at church
*Bi-weekly meetings with Sarah.
*Begin to focus hearts young and old on being thankful and the reason we celebrate the holidays.
I went to another women’s event and spent a lot of time talking about being thankful with the girls. I am hoping that will help us transition into Christmas nicely. Meetings with Sarah just didn’t happen. That was mostly my fault since I was so sick and busy :(.
*Stay on track with lesson plans
*Go on a field trip
*Have a blast on Thanksgiving break
Lesson plans are on track and Thanksgiving break was just what we needed to push us through the rest of the first semester. But with busy days and sickness the field trip failed again.
*Deck the halls *Begin Christmas Shopping *Get scripture and book advents ready *Make a Christmas Bucket List *Bake a coconut cream pie
The halls are decked, Christmas shopping is slow but steady and our advents are already going. I made and shared a fun bucket list printable and that coconut cream pie, boy was it good!
*Continue blogging 4-5 days a week.
*Do something fun on the blog for my birthday.
*Host a Holiday link-up.
*Re-evaluate goals in this area.
*Work out 3 days a week.
*Create a new plan for 2016.
*Keep trying to make connections at church.
*Focus on celebrating advent personally and as a family.
*Stay on track with lesson plans.
*Survive until December 17th. Our last formal day of school for 2015!
*Invite someone over for lunch or dinner.
*Spend more time with my kiddos.
*Soak up my favorite season of the year.
So my goals this month may be lame and honestly when I first sat down to write this post, this wasn’t the direction I planned to take. I think in order to go into 2016 with my “A game” I need to refocus my heart and think through things a bit more than I usually do and the best way I know to do that is to scale back.
So this month I am going to hug my kids more and worry less about all the little things.
What goals do you have to close out the year?