May has begun! How did you all do last month? Frankly, I didn’t get much done… But here’s a summary, anyway :D.

My goals for the month of April were:

  1. Complete the Good Morning Girls Ephesians Bible Study. — Done
  2. Stay up to date with the Pursuit of Proverbs 31 book study at Joyful Mothering. — On Track
  3. Complete Time-Warp Wife’s Bible Study on the book of Ruth. — Done
  4. Read The 5 Love Languages of Children. — In Progress
  5. Read through The Love & Respect Experience with my husband. — In Progress
  6. Teach the kids to recite Psalm 23:5. — Done {We did better than I expected and completed verse 6 as well! :)}
  7. Introduce the kids to cursive writing (Letters A-E). — Pending {Our attempt at cursive writing turned out to be frustrating for all of us. We’re putting this on hold until June}
  8. Introduce the kids to phonics (Letters A-E). — Done {We did better than expected; they’ve learnt the sounds for letters A-J}
  9. Organize all the e-books I’ve downloaded onto our laptop. — In Progress {It’s about 50% complete}

My goals for the month of May are:

  1. Start on the Good Morning Girls Proverbs 31 Bible Study.
  2. Finish reading Pursuit of Proverbs 31.
  3. Participate in the 21 Days of Prayer for Sons at The MOB Society.
  4. Read A Confident Heart and participate in the online study.
  5. Finish reading The 5 Love Languages of Children.
  6. Read through The Love & Respect Experience with my husband.
  7. Teach the kids to recite John 3:16.
  8. Teach the kids phonics (Letters K-T).
  9. Organize the rest of the e-books on our laptop.
  10. Memorize Romans 12:10-13.

“Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves. Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality.”

Do you have the habit of setting weekly/monthly goals? If you do, how did you do last month? If you don’t, how do you keep track of things you need to get done?