Monthly Goals: April

At the beginning of each month, I share my goals for the month ahead and track my progress on the previous month’s goals.

My goals for March were:

  1. Complete the current Good Morning Girls study and begin a new study on March 25th. — Done
  2. Stay up to date with the Hello Mornings Bible study. — Done
  3. Read through the books of II Peter, I John, II John and III John. — Done
  4. Read Draw the CirclePrayer42 Days to FitThe Present PrincipleA Hunger for God. — In Progress {I’m halfway through “Prayer” and “A Hunger for God”, but I finished the other three}
  5. Teach the kids 2 new verses. — Incomplete {We’re halfway through the second verse}
  6. Read at least 12 books to the kids. — Incomplete {We read only 10 books last month}
  7. Organize and backup photos. — Incomplete {I organized the photos and videos into appropriate folders; I still haven’t taken a backup though!}
  8. Purge and organize 2 wardrobe shelves. — Not Done {I didn’t even get started on this :(}
  9. Walk/Run at least 8 Km this month. — Incomplete {I walked only 4 Km last month… or 6 if you consider the 2 Km I speed-walked, searching the neighborhood for a lost wallet!}

Apparently, I didn’t do all that well on my goals in March. Well, it happens – all part of living an imperfect life :). I’m hoping to get back on track in April, but I’m not going to beat myself up if I don’t either ;)!

My goals for April are:

  1. Stay up to date with the Good Morning Girls and Hello Mornings Bible studies.
  2. Read through the book of Revelation.
  3. Read PrayerA Hunger for God, Intentional ParentingUnplug Your Mind and ReCharge Your SoulThin In 30 Minutes (a book on walking).
  4. Teach the kids 2 new verses.
  5. Read at least 12 books to the kids.
  6. Backup photos.
  7. Participate in the 30-Day House Cleaning Challenge at Money Saving Mom.
  8. Walk at least 8 Km this month.

Are you in the habit of setting weekly/monthly goals? If you do, how did you do last month? If you don’t, how do you keep track of things you need to get done?

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