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December 9, 2019

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:

 

Intentions for the Week: Week 50

 Happy Monday, friends!

This weekend was very peopley! I went into the city for a birthday dinner and a friend’s party- didn’t get home until after midnight! Sunday I went to see the Open Studios in Sausalito with a friend and it was so much fun. We got to see some sunshine this weekend and I am super happy about that. When you have rain for an extended period of time, it’s always nice to see some sun. I learned that in my 4 years of living in Oregon. We have a few weeks left of this month and we start a new year. I’ll be working in my food journal and my Currently Workbook for 2020. Join me! You know I’ll be sharing my Currently pages every month. It will be fun to do it together. I’m sitting down with my calendar and writing down my Intentions for the Week. Here they are!

This Week’s Intentions:

  • laundry
  • therapy
  • dentist appointments
  • have a date with my calendar
  • package/ship orders from The Handwriting Club (thank you!)
  • grocery shop
  • leaf blowing
  • do some Christmas shopping
  • decorate the tree
  • finish decorating mantle
  • clean out fridge
  • do a meal prep
  • make thai basil beef
  • make kombucha
  • drop off library books
  • start addressing holiday cards
  • work on packages for friends/family
  • make some homemade holiday gifts
  • edit photos
  • track my steps with my fitbit
  • practice handwriting with Sam
  • catch up on social media
  • work in my food journal this week
  • pull cards and write in my sketchbook
  • make/shoot new ice cream recipe
  • post new granola recipe
  • finalize Christmas plans
  • holiday party in the city

Last Week’s Intentions:

  • laundry
  • have a date with my calendar
  • package/ship orders from The Handwriting Club (thank you!)
  • grocery shop
  • put up our Christmas tree
  • catch up on accounting work
  • do some Christmas shopping
  • straighten up office
  • clean up my bedroom closet
  • trip to the Post Office
  • decorate the house for the holidays
  • drink enough water
  • drop off library books
  • hangout with Becca
  • lunch with Emma
  • edit photos
  • start addressing holiday cards (if they arrive this week!)
  • post new recipe
  • make new recipe
  • finish Currently post for November (see here!
  • finish Favorite Things post for 2019 (see here!)
  • have an autumn reset button salad
  • track my steps with my fitbit
  • work out x 3 (went for a long walk!)
  • handwriting practice with Sam
  • catch up on social media
  • work in my food journal this week
  • pull cards and write in my sketchbook
  • set up new litterbox
  • take good care of myself (trying!)

 

laundry

package/ship orders

work out/sweat

 

Homemade Gifts to Make:

Make your own Crystallized Ginger. Recipe on Shutterbean.com!

Candied Ginger

Cookies & Cream Peppermint Bark

Crunchy Peppermint Bark

Win people's hearts with Chocolate Earl Grey Tea Truffles. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

Chocolate Earl Grey Tea Truffles

Cranberry Nut Bread is a recipe to pull out during cranberry season! Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Cranberry Nut Bread

Jasmine Tea Infused Vodka to up your spirit game. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com!

Jasmine Tea Infused Vodka

Say hello to your new favorite dessert- Granola Cookies! They're buttery, crispy & crunchy. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Granola Cookies

 

Pump Jam for the Week:

 

 

Mantra for the week!

 

Feeling stuck? Make a list! Write down your intentions for the week to help hold you accountable to action.

I’m rooting for you!

Sending sparkles, 

Tracy

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  • Sina

    I’m making candied ginger as a gift this year – I’m so excited to try out your recipe šŸ™‚

    Also on my list: granola, chocolate covered almonds (yum!) and cookies.

    Have a good week!

  • Allison Miller

    Just printed off the cranberry bread….and am listening to your playlist while at work!

  • Karen

    I make an Asian beef dish that is on constant rotation at my house.

    For all my beef recipes (this one, hamburgers, meatballs, tacos), I use half beef/half turkey – I buy from Costco organic ground beef and organic ground turkey, lump portions of both into meal-appropriate sized blocks for our family, freeze the blocks on a sheet tray, and then once frozen I store them in a container in the freezer – pull out/thaw as necessary.

    Anyways, my Asian beef recipe is to saute all the chopped veggies you want (onion, garlic, zuch, corn, my faves are broccoli and eggplant, and shredded cabbage at the end), remove from pan. Then cook the meat in the pan by itself. Once cooked down, add this sauce and cook for another minute or two: equal parts soy sauce and brown sugar, and some garlic chili sauce (Sriracha’s cousin, in the jar with the twist-off lid), and maybe a spoonful of minced garlic.

    Serve in bowls – rice, topped with veggies, topped with meat. SO GOOD! And super easy.

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