Last month was my first month setting up some intentions with the hopes that the public accountability would help me follow through. How did I do?
Read and do this book. I didn’t complete all of Praying the Scripture for Your Children, but I made it about halfway through, and I plan on finishing it this month. It’s been a great tool to help focus my prayer life, and I highly recommend it to any Christian mom who wants to be a prayer warrior for her children. (It’s available on Kindle, too!)
Get our bedrooms decluttered and organized. The boys’ room is almost done! Our bedroom is another story. Not even close. Still, the boys’ bedroom was really weighing on me, so I am calling this one a win.
Finish my book. Nope. Not even close. I worked on the book, but it’s nowhere near done.
Meet my business goals. I didn’t meet my business goals, but I came remarkably close. I’ve learned a lot about what works for me and what doesn’t, so even if I didn’t hit the numbers I wanted to, I am still calling this one a success.
Our bedroom. I need to start the year off right by knocking out this task. It will not be on my February list. Goodbye clutter!
Read books. I didn’t hit my goal last year of 52 books in 52 weeks. But that’s ok! I am going to try again this year. I’d love to read four books this month to get myself on track.
Join a Bible study and GO! Our church had some women’s Bible studies starting this month, and an anonymous church member is being kind enough to cover the cost of childcare during the sessions for this semester (love that random act of kindness!). So I have no reason not to attend. (We’re studying this book.)
Keep my daily schedule. I’ve come up with a daily schedule for myself and the boys, now I just need to stick with it. I know that things will come up and it will fluctuate. But I am intent on not being the reason we don’t keep it. Our days need to be a little more intentional.
What are you going to be intentional about this month?