In my last post I ended with longings for making progress. I think I have begun down this path.
New things started recently:
December 25, 2016--new exercise program.
Volunteered to write an article for a church publication for teens.
Attempting to complete training for a work from home job grading elementary school essays.
Writing scripture as I read it.
The exercise program is a cardio/dance program, and I am really loving it because it is the correct intensity for these lack-of-motivation grey days. I am working on 3 to 4 days per week though the enclosed calendar says 6.
The article writing is kind of a test of skill. I had a person close to me suggest to me to try my hand at it. I have been researching and brainstorming my topic. Work on the first draft will come soon.
The training for work at home jobs is very time consuming. I have tried my hand at skill tests for web search evaluation and transcription in the past and could not hack it, so this scholastic area is a new pursuit.
And writing scripture has by far been my most enjoyable addition, besides my exercise. Somehow it helps me to have the verses stick a little longer for meditation. Hopefully, mulling over the words will help my actions gradually improve.
Self-improvement is proving to be a strong focus right now.
The organization of home and homeschool will come with time, I think. The more I stress about it, the more I feel paralyzed.
I did go through some boxes of books this past week, though. That counts for a checkmark on progress as well.
Maybe I should review books or recommend them.
Homeschool would probably be the place I would start.
Let me know if you would like me to write more about that...
The Make Over Your Mornings course is still on the to do list, but as I type, I am opening a tab to go check it out again. Lots of ideas for getting priorities set. Valuable resource. Go check it out.
Sabbath-keeping Christian. Wife. Homeschool mom. Lifelong learner. Amateur chef. Thrift shopper. Lover of hot drinks and design shows.