FALL GOALSSeptember 30, 2016
Back in May I made a little lists of Spring Goals and to my surprise had accomplished quite a few of them when summer came around. I promised myself quite a lot in my summer goals, and to my surprise, I actually tackled a ton of them!
Baths.... I need to soak in the tub more. When I make time for it, my body thanks me. I love using bath salts and just listening to a playlist without thinking about any stress and hoopla in my life. I need to do this at least once a week. It keeps me sane! Perhaps in my new tub? (;
I think I killed it.
Here's just a few things for the fall season. Spoiler alert, and don't get offended future self, but I know fall is your favorite and you tend to get really slacky in the motivation department every year around this time.
Tolerance.... If at
Reading.... C'mon is one book too much to ask?!
Do something charitable....Someone very important to me passed away during my blogging break, and I have a post dedicated to her coming very soon. She was such a Godly, selfless woman and put a lot of her time into the local women's shelter. I want to find more ways I can help the women's shelter. She would want that, and I want to do that in her memory.
New camera.... C'mon Christmas deals!
Tattoo.... I'm thinking this will probably get neglected.
Baths.... I'll be shocked if I do this, but can't hurt to throw it on here. (;
Penny's Room.... This will be our first house project. Since we're moving an entire month later than we thought, I really want to get the ball rolling on some simple home things like flooring and painting. Renovations can come later, but we really want to have Christmas morning here and have all the Grandparents over.
Living Room.... Again, Christmas morning antics.
Set up recycling station.... We have a little space in our garage I think would make for a cute little recycling station.
Clean out the storage totes.... We have a lot of junk to go through. Old decorations, little things from high school. Clearly I don't need love notes little Jimmy wrote me in 5th grade. Don't you ever just look at stuff and wonder why on Earth you kept it?
Meet Joshua half way.... I don't want to start this marriage, and this excitement in our new home with us arguing over paint, or living room furniture. I don't want to be a total control freak and ignore his vision he has for our home. I want to make it a point to listen to him, to meet him half way.