Hey guys ❤ I hope that this Tuesday has gotten off to a beautiful start for you!
I am extremely happy to report that yesterday evening, my dad brought my mom and Isabella home! I can’t tell you what a blessing it is to have them here now – it made me so sad to not be able to see them. I’m so thankful they didn’t have to stay at the hospital any longer!
Health Update: My mom and Isabella are both doing very well. My mom’s recovering beautifully from the surgery, and we can also all tell that Isabella is happy to be home. ❤ She’s such a sweet baby!!!
Today’s post is going to be about, as you can see from the title, organizing my priorities for this year. While I do love taking things one day at a time, I would also love to have a basic, structured idea of where I should be spending my time. I know that would be a huge help to me!
This is going to be a thinking out loud type of post, so if you’re interested in following along to see how I’m planning to spend the last semester of my senior year, I’d like to invite you to come along! 🙂 ❤ I hope you enjoy.
My Priorities, Organized
- Take care of my family.
- Finish high school.
- Make healthy choices.
- Save money.
- Continue to blog.
- Make important decisions.
- Continue my education.
- Stay well.
- Read more of the Bible.
- Interact more with my siblings.
- Bake/Cook more.
- Redecorate my room.
- Listen to new music.
- Participate in a blog challenge.
- Help my mom with housework.
- Make meal plan and grocery shop.
- Work on my schoolwork.
- Buy a frame for my new wall print.
- Shop for new room decor.
- Keep up with blogging.
- Read Hank and Jim.
I would do a list for today, as well,
but I’m honestly not doing much today, haha! ❤
So there you have it! These are the three awesome lists that I plan to refer back to throughout this week, month, and year, too. My family is my #1 priority right now, and then comes my schooling, my entrance into adulthood (haha), and then everything else. I am so thankful for and blessed by all that the Lord has given me, and I don’t want to take any of it for granted for one second. ❤
Thank you so much for reading!
“This is the day which the Lord has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it.”
– Psalm 118:24