I’m doing something completely different this week. You see, while I did get things done last week that were on my list, I never factored into my To Do list last week the fact that it’s Spring Break, kids would be home, and that on Easter we’d plant (or, as it turned out, the day after). I succeeding crossing Easter shopping and plant-buying off, even planting yesterday and such, but those things were never on the list. Since there was a huge amount of things not on the list I’ve done this week, coupled with the fact that, again, it’s a different week than normal with the kids home, I’m putting on my list this week things I hope to achieve together, all of us, and hopefully a few unexpected happy things additionally, too. Especially after yesterday. And a day or two before.
And you know what? I hopeful that this week might be my most successful week yet, despite all my children being home and having a few rotten days in a row. I can do it, and this isn’t too hard of a list. I can do it. Maybe not the sticking on the diet thing, with all the yummy food in the house, but I can do the rest, I think 😉
Would you like to join us this week for To-Do Tuesday? Start with just a few things. Don’t over-do it your first couple of times. You’ll grow to become a list-a-holic later, start small now, though, k?
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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