Friday, July 6, 2012

My Goals for July



The Dead Heat of Summer! I'm thinking I'll be staying in a lot. And reading...

Here are my goals...

(1) Read & discuss Eat, Pray, Love with my friends Steve and Julie. Anyone else want to read (or re-read) along?






(2) Finish reading The Answer is Simple, by Sonia Choquette, and write my thoughts about it in my journal.




(3) Spend an hour each afternoon hanging out with my son before we cook dinner together. This goal will mean I have to stop working earlier than I usually do.

(4) Order planner and books for homeschooling. I really should start the planning process, too, but getting the books and planner in will help motivate me to do it next month. I hope!

What are your goals for July?



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10 comments:

  1. I've never heard of the second book you're reading. It looks really good. I'm going to order it from the library. (The first one I read awhile ago.)

    I have to start planning for the upcoming homeschool year as well. Haven't even ordered the core history/geography and science curriculum yet. Once I get that, I feel like I'll be able to start planning. That's a good idea to get all your need in place so you're ready to start planning.

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    1. Oh good! Let me know what you think as you read it.

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  2. best of luck with your reading Jeanie :) sounds like fun to me! if you blog about cooking w your son - I have a "kids in the kitchen" link up each tues ;)

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    1. Hi Kelli! How cool that you have a "kids in the kitchen" link up. I'll have to keep that in mind.

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  3. Wow - 4 goals?! You rock!!

    Eat, Pray, Love has been on my to-read list for a bit, but I still haven't started it. I would love to hear your thoughts!

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    1. Thanks, Aurie! Hey, why don't you read it with us? So far, I am ahead of my friends, and I have only read the first 2 short chapters.

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  4. I have Eat, Pray, Love and haven't started it yet either. I found it at the thrift store a few weeks ago. Right now I'm trying to finish an interesting but "not easy to follow" book on Chinese medicine.

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    1. Well, join us, Heather, if you'd like. I'll be commenting each week here on how the reading is going and probably will share any deep thoughts I've had about it.

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