Weekly to dos: seven

Each week I’ll post a portion of my to do list for the coming week. The following Monday I’ll update you, hopefully with pictures, and share my list for the next week.

Reading Change Your Words, Change Your Life* wasn’t on my to list, but I found time to read nine chapters of it because it’s a good book.

Last week's to dos

Home

  1. Complete the pantry challenge from the January Cure.Thank God this is finally off my list. It took me two hours to get it done but my kitchen cupboards look much better now.

Blogging and Websites

  1. Keep up with new requests to list blogs on nigerianblogawards.comYes! I’m on track with this and by God’s grace I’ll continue in this vein for the rest of the year.
  2. Keep up with Nigerian Blog Awards inquiries.Done. I want to stay on track with this one too, so that it never has appear on this list for it to be done.
  3. Post twice on goodnaijagirl.com.Done! I shared some thoughts on teamwork here.

Self

  1. Have one green smoothie. – I didn’t manage to make this happen.
  2. Go on two 30-minute walks. – Thanks to Clara, I was inspired to walk for 30 minutes on my way home from work on Thursday evening…but that was the only walk I managed to get last week.

This week's to dos

Now that the nomination phase of the Awards is over, it’s time for the next step (sorting through all the nomination forms), which will occupy all my free time this week.

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9 thoughts on “Weekly to dos: seven

  1. Well, you still have one more walk to do. So, add that to this week’s!.

    Your website is copyrighted 2008-2014. :) Your copyright has expired! Free website design to steal…and content tpp! Yay!!!!!!!!!!!.

    {developer tip: Write © 2008 – to update this automatically}

    • okay the code didn’t show up. it’s

      start your PHP declaration,
      date(‘y’) – add the closing semi colon
      end your php declaration.

      And you’d have a 2008-till Jesus comes

      • It’s true: one walk and one green smoothie to go—I can do it!

        Thank you the tip—I didn’t know I could just add PHP to a WordPress file, though it makes sense since WP is PHP based.

        Now that you mention this, I have another question.

  2. Nice one! This is the first list I’m reading – well done!
    I like this idea a lot! Great way to be accountable.

    Well done on the great work you’re doing with NBA.. God’s grace and God bless you xx

    • Amen! Thank you for the kind words and please accept my apologies for the delayed reply to your comment, Ayo!

  3. Well done on achieving so much. Even if you didn’t quite do everything, you might have done even less if it wasn’t written down. So yes, well done!

    In other news, it seems like we’re inspiring each other! I read this post on Sunday, and it inspired me to walk even more lol!

  4. Good job on keeping up with your list. Also a good idea to just do a carry over for the items you missed out on last week.
    As an aside, I am also curious about your other question…. *Gbeborun*

    • Thank you ever so much! Yes, I shouldn’t just let those unfinished items fall by the wayside…I will do them this week.

      Haha! My question for Seye is about how to write PHP code to do something for the Nigerian Blog Awards.

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