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It feels like I just started this last week, and yet, here we are in week 7. This week was a difficult one, I will admit it, it wasn’t easy with all the soccer games we had. I had written that there were 8, there were actually 7 last week. Yes, SEVEN GAMES because we had make-up games due to rain the previous week. Holy moly people, that was a lot of soccer to cram into a week!
But, my favorite occurred yesterday – we had the parents vs. kids game yesterday (which I will talk more about in another post) 🙂 Tonight it’s my oldest’s last game of the season, while my 9-year-old has his parents vs. kids game that I’m gonna miss, dangit! (I love playing them!) My 8-year-old may or may not have a practice at all this week, let alone parents vs. kids, but all of them have a tournament on Saturday. Games. All. Day. Long. Oh, let’s not forget Wednesday is boy scouts, too. And if we didn’t have tournaments, we’d be at the Pinewood Derby race on Saturday, racing my son’s car. Schwoo, can we say busy momma?
How did I get to talkin’ all about my wacky schedule? Not sure.
Anyway, back to the main point, with all my crazy scheduling stuff aside; I brushed a lot of my want to-do list stuff off that was in excess of the must to-dos, like laundry, cleaning, etc. But now that I’m gonna be adding fitness to the must to-do list, it’s going to be even harder. I will break it down to attempting to do one or two of the want to-do a week, I think. It will help. Did I lose you? I hope not LOL Read on, you’ll understand my babble 🙂
So, for week 7, I’m once again, trying something a little different. For those of you participating, what style of lists are working best for you? During my first four weeks, I broke my chores up by days. Week 5 I used that awesome chart thing, which didn’t work out (and I really wish it would have). Last week I went back to the ‘norm’ but I need something more. So this week, I’m dividing up my to-do’s into groups- Want To Do, Must Do, Would Like To Do. Perhaps a little priority might help me succeed moreso.
I formatted my list a little differently this week. Would you like to know how? Stay tuned for another tutorial post on how to indent your posts, and what the differences are.
Would you like to join us this week for To-Do Tuesday? I promise making these lists aren’t difficult! Start with a few things, and proceed into full-blown Type-A lists, like me, when you’re ready to, that is, IF you’re ready to.
Just so you know, you can join us at anytime, it doesn’t have to be on Tuesdays – the list will go up every Tuesday for you to link to, but you can make your list and link to us at any point in the week!
Remember, with “To-Do Tuesday“, we’re attacking our to-do lists each week, blogging about our lists and what we’ve got going on, and sharing it with each other to help keep each other accountable. Everyone should come back here to link up in the Mister Linky as the central “To-Do Tuesday Hub” so we can visit who’s participating and offer encouragement to each other throughout the week. Don’t forget to add the “To-Do Tuesday” button to your post, linking back to this post!
Let’s continue to cross items off our list as we go and help support each other in completing our lists! Don’t forget my useful HTML tutorial on how to effectively “
cross-out” or “check off” your items on your to-do list!
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