Wednesday, June 02, 2021

Goals for June


Time to set a few goals for this new month of June.  Here we go:

* Memorize at least 4 Bible verses and review some older ones
* Read and study the June chapters in the Daily Walk Bible
* Continue our Daniel Bible study with younger believers
* Help our widowed friend Terry with the challenges of life in general
* Continue study for Sunday School -- A Woman After God's Own Heart
* Get to bed by 9 pm each night  
* Limit sugar
* Drink enough water each day
* Walk and/or exercise each day
* Keep up with Flylady's homemaking zones of the week (with some help from Clean Mama)
* Do something creative each day
* Post in this blog as often as possible
* Post in my Christmas blog as often as possible
* Continue planning for family birthday gifts and crafting any handmade ones
* Spend a little time on some UFO craft projects
* Continue stocking my Etsy shop and continue selling vintage items
* Keep up with Etsy and trust bookkeeping
* Write at least 4 encouraging notes to friends and family
* Help and encourage my local daughter as I'm able
* Plan meals with a greater emphasis on healthy eating
*  Meet friends for breakfast out
*  Get some good work accomplished on renovating our camp
*  Plan a hot dog roast at the camp with our older granddaughters
*  Volunteer our time to help with maintenance at a Christian camp
* Assist our friends who just lost their home to fire

HEALTHY HABITS FOR JUNE:  Drink more water/get more sleep/get more exercise/limit sugar
WORD FOR 2021: Steadfast


  1. Your goals are so great! I need to list goals! I do most days, but for the month would be good. I did that study on A woman after God's own heart. It's a good study. Maybe I will redo it! Thanks.

    1. I had read that book many times, had taken loads of notes and even implemented some of the suggestions in the various chapters. But I had never actually done the study.

      I've done many, many of Elizabeth George's other studies and have worked through many of them with my ladies' Sunday School class. But I had never done this one with them, either. So I felt as if it was time to get back to basics, so to speak, and I have been very thankful that God inclined my heart to do so. It's been good for all of us.

      I have worked through some of Elizabeth's studies (Finding God's Path Through Your Trials comes to mind) several times on my own. Repetition can be so helpful.

      Yes, I find goals for the month to be very helpful. I use the daily goals to help me keep on track with the monthly list.

  2. These are all wonderful goals and challenges!


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