September 17, 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:

Happy Monday!

We spent the weekend away for travel baseball.  It was fun and exhausting. I have some sleep to catch up on! We didn’t get the regular Sunday so we’ll see how this week starts. You know you’re routine is effective when you take it away and things fall apart!  Time to get my head back in the game by spelling out my Intentions for the Week:

Intentions for the Week:

  • unpack bags from the weekend
  • laundry
  • put together clothes for fall/put away some summer clothes
  • transfer photos to hard drive
  • passport photo
  • catch up on social media/blog work
  • bookkeeping work
  • paint fingernails/toenails
  • prep for conference calls
  • return clothes from GAP
  • make kombucha
  • make time for friends
  • workout at the gym
  • try to go to bed at a reasonable hour (we’re watching Ozark, so GOOD LUCK)
  • eat less carbs
  • drink more water
  • paint nails
  • oil change
  • figuring out packaging for Etsy stuff
  • clean out car – inside and out
  • water plants for friend
  • edit photos for OP/invoice
  • write letters
  • schedule haircut
  • work in new bullet journal


Last Week’s Intentions:

  • 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
  • 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

Mantra for the Week:

Pump Song for the Week:

Don’t forget to write down your own Intentions for the Week. It helps hold you accountable!

Take Bullet Journal Classes on Skillshare. Tracy from Shutterbean.com shares her favorite classes!

And if you’re looking for inspiration on getting your head in the game, check out my post on how you can take bullet journal classes on Skillshare.




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