Christmas night I had a few quiet hours after the kids went to bed to do some thinking and planning. I thought about this year and all that has happened. This year my middles officially started first grade. My oldest daughter has decided she wants to do high school in three years instead of four so her first year has been a freshman/sophomore combo, and My oldest went to college! We harvested apples and peaches
Creating a successful plan for the New Year doesn’t have to be hard. These tips are sure to help you start in the right direction. 5 Tips To Help You Create A Successful Plan For The New Year Establish Your Priorities This one can be hard. It took me years to realized that volunteering for nearly every need at church wasn’t good for my family. Right now, in this season of life, my
Creating new habits isn’t easy. Here are six simple hacks that will make it a little easier. Schedule It And Put It On The To-Do List Sometimes we forget to do that new thing we were trying. Maybe we forget that we’re supposed to be having eggs for breakfast instead of a stack of waffles, or that we need to get that daily walk in. Schedule your new habits or make them part of
I’ve heard it said many times that creating a new habit takes 21 days. In fact, a couple of years ago I read Crystal Paine’s 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life and the 21-day thing worked for me, as long as I didn’t try to take on too much at one time. But what about forming bad habits? How long does that take? Well, unfortunately, not nearly as long. I love Doc Martin.
Have you have noticed that it gets harder to make decisions toward the end of the day? Evening rolls around and you’re too tired to figure out what to have for dinner or where you are in the kids’ bedtime storybook. We’ve all been there, right? Knowing and understanding that helps us plan and prioritize our days. We can cut out a lot of decision-making by implementing habits and routines. That way we save