Every week I’ll post 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. I encourage you to do the same so we can be accountable to each other.
Thank you, Highly Favored and Aloted for warning me that I may not complete everything on my list, and encouraging me not to get too discouraged if that’s the case. I don’t believe in making excuses but given how these past two weeks went, I’m happy with what I did accomplish. I haven’t slept on my bed or in my house for over two weeks and if you subscribe to my newsletter you’ll find out why shortly (if you don’t, sign up!). Spoiler alert: it’s not actually juicy gist; I’m just trying to build some suspense!
Last week’s goals:
Pack away summer clothing – Done except for a couple of things that need to be washed
File bills, statements, and paystubs – Done! In addition to this shelf of binders I have two filing cabinets
Blogging and websites
Draft December’s Thankful post – Done, though there will be more to add as the month progresses
Incorporate final comments on the ebook on blogging – Still waiting to receive the final comments
Send email update regarding the 2014 Nigerian Blog Awards – In progress but not sent yet
Read chapters 9 and 10 of Battlefield of the Mind – Done
Meet with financial adviser – I called the bank twice but never reached someone to make an appointment. I could have left a message but did not
Create a pot of succulents for Anne – I bought the pot I’m going to use—next week I’ll post a picture of the pot filled with plants
Begin knitting winter hat – I have the yarn I want to use and I’m trying to decide between two patterns
Clear all kitchen counters so that only the essentials remain on them
Blogging and Websites
Incorporate final comments on the ebook on blogging
Send email update regarding the 2014 Nigerian Blog Awards
Meet with financial adviser
Give myself a pedicure
Create a pot of succulents for Anne
Begin knitting winter hat
What’s on your to do list for the next week?
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