Monthly Goals

december 2014 goals

Happy December, friends!  I absolutely LOVE this time of year; it’s truly my favorite.  The lights, decor, traditions, songs – it’s all so, so good.Atwell Christmas Tree 2014

And while I think its certainly wonderful to celebrate and enjoy all of these things, I don’t want to lose sight of rejoicing over our Savior’s entrance into the world.  May He be the focus and center of our lives, not just this month but always!

  • complete daily Advent readings with G
  • host holiday dinner and party
  • create one new Christmas tradition to carry forward
  • order, address, and mail Christmas cards
  • catch up on running/walking plans
  • design my personal 2015 planner
  • print 2015 monthly calendars
  • take cookies to our neighbors

And before I forget about November completely, here’s how those goals turned out!

  • celebrate the #QueenPageWedding Congrats, Mr. & Mrs. Page!
  • prepare for this month’s wedding shower and a baby shower Wedding shower and baby shower complete! Thankful to celebrate new life adventures with family and friends!
  • prepare for next month’s holiday dinner worked on menu, to-do list, and sent e-vites
  • complete 50 miles {35 running and 15 walking} – Incomplete. Got alot to make up this month!
  • decide on Thanksgiving and Christmas plans – Both families, both holidays!
  • decide on holiday service project
  • finish end tables
  • start working on Christmas cards and address list – I think I have an idea for design, and the address list has been edited! Just need to finish up, order and mail!
  • reboot blog – maybe for 2015? 😉

How are you celebrating this Christmas season? Are you preparing for 2015?


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