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February 17, 2020

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 8 of 2020

Happy Monday, friends!

This weekend we were away for a baseball tournament. Championship is today. Wish us luck!  I’m taking a moment to mediate on all I have to do this week & running through what I did last week.  Let’s take a moment to spell out our Intentions for the week, shall we?!  Since Cooper has to day off of school I am doing my meal prep on a Monday instead of Sunday. 

LAST WEEK’S INTENTIONS:

  • laundry
  • therapy appointment
  • sit down with my calendar and plan
  • package/ship food journals The Handwriting Club 
  • track what I eat in my food journal this week
  • catch up on social media
  • drink enough water (this  lid for a mason jar helps!)
  • continue not eating dairy, gluten & drinking alcohol
  • pull cards and write in my sketchbook
  • track my steps with my Fitbit 
  • grocery shopping
  • celebrate Valentine’s Day
  • make Valentine’s cards with Cooper
  • paint nails
  • finish hose project
  • work in my sketchbook
  • upload stuff for client
  • clean up my bedroom closet
  • post smoothie recipe
  • work on turkey burger recipe
  • bookkeeping work/tax stuff
  • new print for Etsy
  • water plants
  • research flights
  • make new recipe
  • edit photos
  • work on giveaway
  • make artwork for post
  • drop off library books
  • workout x 3  (worked out twice)
  • work in the garden
  • build some time in to meditate
  • take good care of myself

INTENTIONS THIS WEEK:

  • laundry
  • do meal prep
  • email to Daphne
  • spend quality time with family
  • break down boxes
  • sit down with my calendar and plan
  • package/ship food journals The Handwriting Club 
  • track what I eat in my food journal this week
  • work in my Currently Workbook
  • catch up on social media
  • drink enough water (this  lid for a mason jar helps!)
  • continue not eating dairy, gluten & drinking alcohol
  • pull cards and write in my sketchbook
  • track my steps with my Fitbit 
  • grocery shopping
  • paint nails
  • work in my sketchbook
  • work on turkey burger recipe
  • bookkeeping work/tax stuff
  • work on spreadsheet for expenses
  • water plants
  • make new recipe
  • edit photos
  • make artwork for post
  • go to the library
  • go to the post office
  • go through tupperware from car
  • call to refill RX
  • put battery in new scale
  • follow up with insurance
  • cancel XM subscription
  • give TLC to my grandpa’s christmas cactus
  • workout x 3
  • work in the garden
  • build some time in to meditate
  • carve out time to do some art
  • take good care of myself

 

Recipes to Try:

Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean shares her favorite recipes if you're looking for What to Eat in Spring!

Spring is coming up! Here are some ideas of what to eat in SPRING! 

Spring Minestrone with Chicken Meatballs

Shaved Asparagus Prosciutto Pizza

Penne with Mint Pistachio Pesto

Herbed Goat Cheese

Carrot Ginger Bread is a great way to use leftover carrots. Find the recipe on Shutterbean.com

Carrot Ginger Bread

Ricotta Pancakes with Roasted Strawberries

Easy French Toast

 

Pump Jam for the Week:

 

Mantra for the week!

Every week, Tracy Benjamin from Shutterbean.com types up her TO DO list with her Intentions for the Week post. Check out this week's post!

I LOVE LISTS // a collection of links from the 'net on Shutterbean.com

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

    Thanks for reminding me of the carrot ginger bread – I’m going to make one this afternoon 🙂
    Also, great reminder for the spring recipes. We’re quite a bit behind in terms of produce, most of the ones mentioned in the post won’t be in season until late April over here, I think, but it’s a great look forward into spring food.

    Have a good week!

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