December 8th-14th

Discussion in 'Weekly Wonders' started by sweetpumkinpye, Dec 7, 2019.

  1. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    The second week of December, finding the balance between busy and relaxing is harder but I am doing ok

    *make work lunches for Monday (X) Tuesday (X)
    *wash hair (X)
    *washing (X)
    *self tanner ( ) ( ) ( )
    *fold washing (X)
    *vacuum floors ( )
    *clean bathrooms (X)
    *clean fridge (X)
    *tidy pantry (X)
    *be aware of water intake (X) this is getting easier now
    *keep on top of daily routine ( ) I need to get back to this

    *start/continue/finish one craft project (X)
    *start/continue/finish one book (X)
    *books back to library (X)
    *update planner (X)
    *tidy gift closet (X)
    *meal plan for the coming fortnight ( ) I have ideas.
    *mop floor ( )
    *recheck stockings ( )
    *lunch with Mum Thursday (X)
    *make bark ( ) on hold until next week
    *hair cut and colour Friday (X)
    *No DrillDance training now until January 8th :(

    Spring cleaning is finished. YAY.
    Now I just have to keep on top of the rooms which is a bit harder with all the decor up.
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2019
  2. MrsSoup

    MrsSoup Well-Known Member

    Relaxing for me has completely gone out the window with my new job. I need to finish Christmas shopping and catch up on my school work. I'm now a full week behind. Yikes! I had to take last week to study for the Math Praxis because that took priority so that's why i'm behind, but I didn't have a choice. Now that the test is over my focus returns to my regular school work.

    [C] Spouses Club Board Brunch (Wed)- decided i'm not going, have to prioritize my time
    [X] Doctor (Thu)
    [X] Eli/Addison Orthodontist (Sat)

    [X] Tue
    [X] Fri
    [X] Sat

    [X] Week 3
    [X] Week 4
    [ ] Begin Week 5 (finish if possible)

    [X] Harley to pickup or order gifts for DH (Priority this week)
    [X] Finish Christmas shopping
    [X] Pick a day to bake (hoping to do some baking this weekend)

    [X] Read
    [X] Play Christmas music every chance I get
    [X] Watch Hallmark and Christmas movies as I have time
    [X] Meet friend and kids for coffee/hot chocolate date (Wed)
    [X] Potluck at DH's work (Thu)
    [X] Event at DH's work (Fri afternoon)
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2019
  3. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    Jess, I know that you will manage to fit all that you have to do in somewhere. You are very capable. Prioritise the most important things and the rest will find it's place.
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  4. Holiday_Mom

    Holiday_Mom Well-Known Member

    Glad to see that I'm in good company with relaxing going out the window this past week. :D
    Katrina, is starting back with DrillDance training in January like starting over?
    Jess, you must feel relieved that the Math Praxis is over.

    I worked super hard on getting as much of my Christmas Prep to-do list done and writing up pages from scratch for a procedure manual for a non-profit group. Wait, did I ever even tell you that I'm working with on a part time basis with a start-up non-profit? Most of this week will be a wash out since I go in on Monday morning for the second part of the vein work. In the event that I'm feeling up to doing something, I made a list for this week.

    • Review calendar for upcoming week. Done
    • Plan Menu for next week. Done
    • Clean Bathrooms. Done
    • Pay bills. Done
    • HHP
    • Review CCP Done
    • Holiday Self-Care Plan (HSCP) Done
    • Reading plan
    • FlyLady - Kitchen
      • Dust top of fan. Done
      • Clean oven. Done
      • Clean microwave. Done
      • Clean out the refrigerator. Done
      • Wipe down cabinets and appliances. Done
      • Wash floor.
      • Clean Windows. Done
      • Wipe down trash can. Done
      • Wipe down wall and door jambs. Done
    New this Week:
    • Write Thank You notes to Youth Group Leaders Done
    Still to Do:
    • Work off of Christmas Brunch Timeline. Done
    • Organize pictures:
      • Divide pictures into 5 groups.
      • Work on the first group this week.
      • Write names and dates on the back of pictures
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2019
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  5. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    the team will meetup for Christmas dinner next week but no training till January. The first training back is always a little hard as we are a bit rusty but we get back into it pretty quickly. Our next competition will be February 9th.
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  6. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    Mary, no you did not tell us this. I am amazed that you find time to fit it all in.
    Hope the second procedure goes well.
    Last edited: Dec 11, 2019
  7. Holiday_Mom

    Holiday_Mom Well-Known Member

    This procedure was so much better! I am taking it easy but I'm able to get work done around the house little by little. I rested on Monday. Tuesday I spend the day slowly sorting through 4 bags of clothes.
    Walking is encouraged but I also have to elevate my legs, wear compression socks and use warm compresses. I'm also restricted with exercise and how much weight I can lift so I'm not stressing the veins right now. The compression socks make a difference!
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  8. MrsSoup

    MrsSoup Well-Known Member

    I'm glad this second procedure was better! Sounds like you are recovering nicely.
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  9. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    Glad to hear Mary. Please take care not to do too much, rest is important.
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  10. Miss JoDee

    Miss JoDee Well-Known Member

    Mary, don't forget to delegate.
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  11. Holiday_Mom

    Holiday_Mom Well-Known Member

    Thanks, Ladies! I worked around the house a little at a time and then elevated my leg throughout the week. The family did the dinners. I caught up on a lot of Hallmark movies. Yesterday I went out grocery shopping but then spent the rest of the day taking it easy doing writing and planning and walking. It's been hard but I know at this point, if I keep doing things slow and steady, I should be feeling pretty good on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. :)
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  12. sweetpumkinpye

    sweetpumkinpye Well-Known Member

    Mary, glad to hear you are taking it easy. Agree that slow and steady is the best for your recovery.
    I know you will be right for Christmas.
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