Thursday, March 31, 2016

April Goals


I really love a good rain shower, don't you? Where I grew up in the mid-Atlantic, the month of April was extremely rainy, maybe that's why I love it so much. 




A look at my goals as blogger, mom, and home maker in April 2016.



My only goal last month was to hold my rhythm. I managed to publish a few posts and the house hold is still running, so we'll call it a win. Here's what I'm working toward in April.

Blog:Serve


This month, I want to fix the html that is making the index in my pages look weird, publish the candy math drills, and get organized for summer. 

Home:Peace


There's scrap booking to catch up (about 5 years worth) and space in the main room and kitchen to be deep cleaned, via my toddler friendly method. I be able to relax will enjoy summer more if it's done.

Mothering: Example


Speaking of relaxing,in April month I want to be more conscious of the tone of my speech. I feel tense, and communicate that tension to my children much more than I'd like. I've joined a FB book study that's working on this. My goal is to report back with actionable points in a month. My children have picked up my love for rainy days and little creatures, I also want to pass on a sense of security not not stress.

Those are my goals for April. My  little one made it clear this morning that her goal will be to tramp as many puddles as possible. It'd love to hear about your goals.






Related posts from Thriving STEM
Toddler friendly deep clean and February Goals
How to raise kids who care for the earth






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6 comments:

  1. I love how you've chosen just one thing to work on. It makes things so achievable. I am working on my tone too. :)

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  2. I wish I did scrap booking! I'm not talented that way! Great goals.

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    1. Thanks Cassie! I can't necessarily say I am talented. It's more that I have odd size pictures that need to be organized and saved!

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