First the prework

Monday, December 31, 2012

First write down all the things you need to do to get healthy or meet your goal.

I will plan out and prepare my food for the day. I have been staying in bed too long and mostly skipping this step for the last 2 months or more.

I will read and study for even 10 minutes in the morning. I will put down my thoughts and insights on my personal study topics.

I will replace my food needs when I write out my shopping list.

I will have ememrgecy food in my desk that fits into my menus.

I will carry a little notebook with me to church and write my weekly goals, thoughts, and impressions. This is a peaceful place that I really can center myself and regroup. I think I will also reflect on my week the highlights and the lowlights.

1x a month I will work on genealogy in the evening when my hubby is watching something I don't like on tv.

I will make a list of all the things to be completed in my bathroom and my livingroom. I will split the list into 2 colums: what I can do, want I am unsure.

I will knock out the items on the can do list 1x a month. even if I can only start 15 minutes or something equally small. It is an daunting task that I just want to ignore it.

I will make a list of women I need to help. I am not sure on this yet. but I would like to step up my service. I really need to think about how to break this down into small steps.... TBC...

I will pay attention to my times so that we can read together as a family and pray 2xs a day.

I want my kids to be familiar with the process of soul searching so that when times get hard, this process with feel like an old friend to help them out of a troubled spot, rather than trying to teach them a new method of self inspection that is hard during a hard time.

So that is me in a nut shell 2013.
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