August 2019

One of my favorite parts of each month is going through my Powersheets goal planner. I haven't been great with it lately (I think getting married and moving is an acceptable excuse!), but I'm looking to get back on track this month!

-Create our wedding album // I'm planning to get photos organized and decide where we want to make it! We may or may not order it this month... I don't want to skimp on quality, so if that means waiting and saving up a little bit, that's fine with me!

-Organize my closet // It's a bit embarrassing that I haven't gotten around to this yet, but oh well! I have baskets and organization stuff, now I just need to DO IT!

-Clean out the corner room // Oh my... this has been our storage room since we moved in. It is chock-full of stuff that needs a home, so I want to have it completely cleared out this month.

-Paint & stain // There are a few more things around the house leftover from renovations that haven't been done yet. I want to knock those projects out this month.

-Write & blog // I'm excited to stretch my creative and story-telling muscles a bit more. I'm planning all my posts recapping the wedding!

-Complete all workouts // I made up a little workout schedule and want to check them all off. It's nothing strenuous by any means, but anything is better than nothing at this point.

-Do something for Harrison // I want to work on showing love and making him feel appreciated.

-Budget check-in // We use You Need a Budget, so I want to stick to inputting spending and categorizing it so we can get a better picture of where our money goes each month.

-3 bottles of water // I can go all day without drinking anything, so I need to hold myself accountable!

-Write the World // I'm behind now, but I want to finish strong with Cultivate What Matter's Fresh Faith Challenge- using my Write the Word journal everyday this month.

-Stick to my cleaning schedule // I drafted a schedule to prevent myself from having to do everything all at once. So far, so good!

-No purchases // After buying a lot for the house last month, I need a spending break!

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