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April 13, 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 16 of 2020

Hello friends!

We made it through another week of school+work from home. HOORAY.  I’m currently laying in bed typing because I threw my back out while gardening this weekend. Womp womp. It’s been hard to be idle today, but a reminder that I can’t and shouldn’t bite off more than I can chew and I should ask for help while moving things. Our friends brought us some ham, I made mashed potatoes and roasted carrots. It was a simple and delicious Easter dinner.  I think I am going to make Sausage Bread this week because it’s the time of year my grandma used to make it. 

This week Cooper is on Spring Break. We were supposed to go on a family trip to the coast, but we’re stuck at home. We’ll try to make an adventure of it somehow. We always have a list to refer to…

This time is so weird. Not checking in with my calendar has been jarring. Some days are easier than others. Some days have been downright hard.  Starting each morning with a list really helps. Let’s sit down and write down our Intentions for the week, shall we? 

Last Week’s Intentions:

  • STAY HEALTHY
  • package/ship food journals The Handwriting Club 
  • track my steps on my fitbit
  • MOVE MY BODY  (could have done more moving)
  • laundry
  • check-in on dad/family
  • facetime with friends
  • do some meal prep/cleanout fridge
  • therapy (doing a remote session!)
  • file documents in my banker’s boxes.
  • delete photos & videos on phone
  • spend time with cats
  • keep Cooper on task with school work
  • do art with Cooper
  • organize pantry
  • keep calm (I battled with a little anxiety this week)
  • take deep breaths
  • finish printable projects/post (almost done)
  • order more stickers for the shop
  • go for a walk outside
  • hold off going grocery shopping for as long as possible
  • do some reading: currently reading Spook
  • sit down with my calendar and plan (what’s the point rn?)
  • track what I eat in my food journal this week (did 1 day!)
  • catch up on social media
  • drink enough water 
  • pull cards and write in my sketchbook
  • give myself a manicure
  • work in my sketchbook
  • work on a new recipe
  • water indoor plants
  • work in the yard
  • edit photos
  • make artwork for post
  • build some time in to meditate
  • carve out time to do some art
  • get good sleep (not getting enough-waking up too early)
  • take good care of myself

Intentions for the Week:

  • STAY HEALTHY
  • package/ship food journals The Handwriting Club 
  • track my steps on my fitbit
  • MOVE MY BODY  
  • make crumpets
  • laundry
  • continue my new #100dayproject 
  • check-in on dad/family
  • facetime with friends
  • do some meal prep/cleanout fridge
  • therapy (doing a remote session!)
  • file documents in my banker’s boxes.
  • delete photos & videos on phone
  • spend time with cats
  • do art with Cooper
  • organize pantry
  • keep calm
  • take deep breaths
  • finish printable projects/post
  • order more stickers for the shop
  • go for a walk outside
  • ask for help
  • hold off going grocery shopping for as long as possible
  • sit down with my calendar and plan
  • track what I eat in my food journal this week
  • catch up on social media
  • drink enough water 
  • pull cards and write in my sketchbook
  • give myself a manicure
  • work in my sketchbook
  • work on a new recipe
  • water indoor plants
  • work in the yard
  • edit photos
  • make artwork for post
  • build some time in to meditate
  • carve out time to do some art
  • get good sleep
  • take good care of myself

Recipes to Try:

Chocolate Banana Bread

Ginger Pork Meatballs with Coconut Broth

Mushroom Ramen

Creamy Goat Cheese and Spinach Pasta is a snap to put together on a weeknight. The sauce is made creamy with goat cheese and pasta water. Recipe on Shutterbean.com!

Creamy Goat Cheese Pasta with Spinach

Egg in a Nest Pesto Pizza

Bacon Pesto Potato Hash

Bacon Fried Rice

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

Granola Cookies

If you make a recipe from Shutterbean, tag me on Instagram! I’d love to see your creations!

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 for action.

I’m rooting for you!

Sending sparkles, 

Tracy

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  • Sina

    Dear Tracy,
    thank you so much for sharing your daily list last week! I’ve tried it out and it was exactely what I needed!
    My normal routines of planning have been messed up since school closed and we started sheltering at home as a family of four (week 5 as of today). I was under the constant impression of doing a lot and still not getting anything done. With this “Today I will…”-list I have a much clearer idea of my day. Thank you so much for sharing!

    I’m really sorry that you don’t get do go to the coast! We had a trip to the North Sea (Germany) planned for this week and I miss it sooo much! But I’m thinking of doing some art or craft project with shells we collected in previous years (which are a lot…).

  • Ashley

    Thanks for feeding us today! Made your roasted broccoli and beans (added canned artichoke hearts) for lunch and we’ll have the bacon potato hash for dinner!

  • Mira

    That looks absolutely scrumptious, a great way to serve eggs on a lazy weekend – or any other time.

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