March 5, 2018

Intentions for the Week


Looking to get your head in the game? Tracy from Shutterbean makes a weekly TO DO LIST called her Intentions for the Week. Here's what this week looks like:

And here we are. Monday!

This weekend we spent the night at Cavallo Point for a little stay-cation. It was fun. It was short! Remind me never to pick the tasting menu when we have Cooper with us. That felt like it took FOREVER. I spent the morning walking around the property. Took a dip in a jacuzzi. Took a shower outside under a few gigantic eucalyptus trees. As a result, I’m heading into the week with a little less stress on my shoulders. Time to take a pause and type out my Intentions for the Week. Do you find this helpful? Do you also write down Intentions for the Week as a result?   Here we go!

Intentions for the Week // shutterbean.com

Intentions for the Week

  • celebrate Casey’s birthday
  • laundry
  • pick up my Mom’s ashes
  • shop/prep/cook/shoot One Potato recipes
  • prep for meeting
  • catch up on social media
  • work on recipes
  • ship out orders for The Handwriting Club
  • eat more salads/be mindful of what I eat
  • work on handwriting workbook
  • start tax stuff/sort through receipts
  • exercise- get outside!
  • errands- Target/Grocery/HomeGoods
  • volunteer at thrift shop
  • have a date with my calendar
  • paint nails
  • drink enough water
  • take care of myself
  • get enough sleep
  • give myself permission to go slow

Last Week’s Intentions

  • FOCUS/stay focused (I tried and tried!)
  • ship out packages for The Handwriting Club (thank you for your orders!!)
  • write letters (wrote 2! yay!)
  • follow up on emails
  • write Currently post for February
  • work on post about office space
  • art time with Cooper
  • post a new recipe (this week!)
  • laundry
  • clean out the inside of car/put back organizer
  • accounting work
  • get body moving/yoga (went to dance class!)
  • make sure I have two eyebrows and not just one
  • return shipment/item to Homegoods
  • drink more water
  • mindful eating
  • take a gardening class

Mantra for the Week:

Intentions for the Week // shutterbean.com

What about you? Have anything good you’re working toward/for this week? Let’s chat! 

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  • lee

    Yes, yes, yes – I very much look forward to your weekly intentions post! It’s a helpful reminder to be more thoughtful about my own week – to think about what feels important to get done this week, rather than just dive into tasks aimlessly. So thank you for taking the time to share with us in internetland each week. =)

  • Liv

    I agree with Lee!!! I look forward to all your Lists, Posts, Recipes, Cooper’s antics and anything else. It also reminds me to catch up on some of the same things. It’s like visiting with a friend.
    I’m one of those people who doesn’t comment very often. Although, I’m out there. That’s me standing in the background.
    See you down the way soon!

  • Sina

    Hi Tracy, every monday I write down my intentions in my journal, which is my version of a bujo and my go-to place for organizing my life. I honestly don’t know how I managed before – that scattered pile of lists all over the place…
    This week we are celebrating a birthday as well :-) Also, I want to make some space for me (reading, taking a walk, breathing), and declutter, clean and straighten some ominous corners of our appartement. Wish me luck! Sina

  • Emma

    I don’t read a lot of blogs any more but I always come back to yours. Your lists and daily life musings are refreshing and familiar, and I find your recipes and your approach to art accessible and unintimidating. we cook from your blog a lot and I haven’t come across a recipe we don’t love!

    For focus I use vetiver oil to defuse and apply topically. It really helps with concentration and grounding me when I’m feeling scattered.

    Thanks for sharing your life with us.
    – a HS art teacher and mama from Houston TX

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