December 18, 2017

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:

Hello! Hello! Happy Monday. I had a weekend with family and I’ve got to put the house back together. We’ve got lots to do before Christmas Eve/Day. I’d like to get some baking done somewhere in this week for teachers and friends. Oh and there’s a Christmas pageant and all kinds of other things we have coming up. My brain is still in a fog but I’m somehow making it through and managing.

Intentions for the Week:

  • start/finish Christmas shopping/white elephant gifts
  • ship packages/presents
  • sweat it out in dance class
  • stay on top of the laundry
  • remember to eat (I’ve been forgetting…#grief)
  • make some chocolate chunk blondies for family
  • try to make peppermint bark for teachers
  • make sausage soup
  • check in at parent’s house
  • catch up on work
  • catch up on social media
  • find khaki pants for Cooper
  • wrap presents
  • get outside
  • go for a hike
  • work on art
  • write thank you notes
  • drink more water
  • start holiday cards (if they arrive soon!)
  • take good care of myself

Mantra for the Week:

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

What about you? What are you up to? Leave your intentions in the comments if you wanna get your head in the game.

  • Andria Sheridan

    Beautiful intentions! I think this week I am focusing on the last of the wrapping, purchasing for kiddo white elephant party, writing cards to my employees, walking each day, and trying to get my kids to do some meditation with me.

  • Sara

    You are still in my thoughts and prayers! Sending love, light, and peace your way.

  • Mari

    Tracy…. you are the most organized woman I know…I am feeling stressed right now…but I just made out my “shutterbean list” its 3 pages to do today and tomorrow, I just keep saying to my self: STAY ON TRACK!!!! love xmas but its soooo busy. I will say a prayer for you today at mass, that your Christmas isn’t too sad without your Mother. The first year is always going to be worse…first Christmas, first Mothers Day etc. Your son will be a great help to you…he seems like a sweet boy. Merry Christmas from snowy Iowa!!! M.

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