I've realized that the goals that are easy to do are also easy not to do. I think I will remember them since they are so easy, but then I end up forgetting. I'm still working on making everything habits again. I'm doing pretty good with saying my prayers, and very good reading my scriptures (which I owe a lot to getting my daily scriptures emailed to me, so I just read it first thing in the morning when I check my email) and making dinner 3 weeknights a week. Everything else is off and on. I've been doing poorly at crunches and Toddler's bedtime routine and getting myself to bed. I've started to do better on everything else.
This week I'm just going to continue working on my goals. I have a lot already and need to focus on making them better habits before I add more to my plate.
Here's my goal list:
#1- Clean 1/2hr a day- ok
#2- Keep up with dishes- usually ok
#3- Brush teeth once a day- getting better
#4- Read scriptures daily- great
#5- Toddler bedtime routine- not too good
#6- Bedtime 11:30pm- needs work
#7- 50 crunches a day- horrible
#8- Take vitamins every day- getting better
#9- No computer for 1hr after work, church, or Hubby gets home from work- usually good
#10- 1 load of laundry each morning, put away by bedtime- usually very good but not this weekkk
#11- Daily prayers, morning and night- getting better
#12- Have dinner done or cooking when DH gets home, 3x during the week- great
#13- Lotion every day- getting better
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