Project Finish

Today has been productive. I’ve been for a run, read to Ryder and made a list of 25 tasks to complete, which I have already started on! It feels great to have a clean house and be able to work on all those “other” tasks that get put off, time and time again.

The vast majority of my list isn’t things to do, but things to finish. Countless cross stitch projects, sewing projects and general craft projects. Study units to polish off, my home binder to organise. Things that when completed will bring a sense of calm to head and a touch of “home” to the house.

So, I’m making a pledge to finish what I have started. 25 tasks to tick off, 25 less things to think about. I’m sure if I listed every single project I’d be looking at a list of 50+. But for now, I have 25 tasks, 26 if you include finishing the list.

Follow me on twitter to see my progress, and join in with your own list-ticking at #projectfinish

The Week Ahead 16-22/09/2013

This post is a day late as I was up until midnight last night finishing a book for last week’s list!

Last week’s list looks like this:
*Run 3 times (2 out of 3 due to weather restrictions)
*Blog about “real” topics twice (Including why I want to run three times this week!) here and here
*Blog over at House, Home & Happiness at least twice (Not even once! Need to work on that)
*Finish reading Run Like A Mother by Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea A most fabulous book, very informative and inspirational

 

So 5/8 tasks complete. Not too bad, but not too good either. This week I want to:

  • Run three times
  • Blog here twice
  • Blog over at House, Home & Happiness twice
  • Submit an assessment to be um, assessed

Another 8 tasks, another 7 days to complete them. Well, I better get cracking!

What are you doing this week?

 

 

The Week Ahead 9-15/09/2013

So, it is Sunday night and I am thinking ahead to the coming week. I have a few goals for this coming week so I thought I’d document them here.

*Run 3 times
*Blog about “real” topics twice (Including why I want to run three times this week!)
*Blog over at House, Home & Happiness at least twice
*Finish reading Run Like A Mother by Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea

I am trying not to over-commit this week, hence the somewhat limited list. I’ll be back to review my progress next Sunday and write a new list!

 

 

What are you doing this week?