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September 10, 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:

Another Funday Monday!

Hello friends! How’s it going today? This weekend started off with a bang and then chilllllled out! We had a nice family dinner with steaks & Manhattans in the city. Baseball Saturday with housework and movie night. We watched Castaway with Cooper. I worked around the house. Went for a walk. Fun family times.

Our bathrooms are clean. Donations have been dropped off.

Upstairs has been vacuumed.

Laundry was folded and put away while we watched a movie (multi-tasking champ!)

Meal prep is done!

This is what we are starting the week with in our fridge.

Here’s some MEAL PREP ACTION for you:

Shutterbean Meal Prep- Shutterbean.com

This meal prep includes:

Feels good to have a few things done before we head into a new school week.  Now it’s time for me to type out my Intention for the Week. Here we go!

Intentions for the Week:

 

  • laundry (stay on top of it)
  • start season 2 of Ozark (still haven’t!)
  • recipe testing
  • catch up on social media/blog stuff
  • drink more water
  • get enough sleep
  • workout at the gym
  • go for a walk in the woods
  • write thank you notes
  • send out evite for birthday party
  • paint fingernails
  • catch up on emails
  • continue to clean up files on computer
  • catch up on accounting work
  • make car appointment
  • wear my Fitbit every day and track steps
  • watch classes on productivity/finance on Skillshare
  • passport photo
  • work on Etsy things
  • catch up with friends
  • put books away in office
  • edit calendar in procreate

Last Week’s Intentions

  • clean up files on computer/ go through Dropbox files
  • edit photos/post/invoice
  • dinner with the family (we had quite a few!)
  • visit Candytopia
  • Mom’s night out at school
  • stay on top of laundry so it doesn’t get out of hand
  • make car appointment
  • sort through emails
  • return Stitchfix (get $25 off your first box with this promo)
  • work on new recipe
  • passport photo?
  • work on Etsy things
  • watch classes on productivity/finance on Skillshare
  • make kombucha
  • wear my Fitbit every day and track steps
  • drink enough water
  • get enough sleep
  • drop off donations
  • finish commissioned lettering project
  • start Ozark season 2 on Netflix
  • clean up inbox

Mantra for the Week:

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PUMP JAM for your WEEK:

 

Don’t forget to write down your Intentions for the Week! It will help you be more productive.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK!
I’m rooting for you!
xo Tracy

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  • Mary

    – Get on top of my work e-mail
    – Get in three weight-based workouts
    – Bike to work each day
    – Moderate added sugar
    – Practice 25 minute distraction-free working

    • Tracy

      Good luck this week! Especially with the 25 minute distraction free working! YOU CAN DO IT!

  • Jillian Stanford

    Here’s how I keep on top of the laundry – I force myself to complete a load (wash – dry – fold – put away) before starting another one. Once the hamper is full I begin again. For some reason this really works for me. I am never overwhelmed by a mountain that needs to be folded. Maybe everyone does this?

  • Jamie

    Any tips on how to make peeling the eggs easier???

    • Tracy

      I usually do it under running water. Making them in an Instant Pot is really the best! The shells peel right off.

  • Denise

    I live in the Northeast and the last few days have been cold and raw……made the pasta fagioli soup for dinner tonight and it was a huge hit. I’m glad I doubled the recipe….plenty for lunch tomorrow. I will definitely be making this recipe again.

  • Nicole

    love these this week. Xxooo

  • Sarah

    Pasta Fagioli!! I grew up eating this soup. I hardly ever see anyone making it. My Dad made for us all the time growing up and my Nana for him when he was a kid. Such a wonderful comfort soup. I have my Dads last batch of pasta fagioli in the freezer. He made one more time before he passed and I froze some. I am thinking my new Intention for this week will be to eat that soup before its no good. I just have to get that little voice out of my head saying ‘but it’s his last batch’.
    I am definitely going to make your recipe next. Sounds delicious. Thank you for sharing.

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