Ready To Begin Our 28 Day Challenge?
Several weeks ago I was thinking about how as moms we can often get overwhelmed with the long to do list and the many un-done projects in our mom world and I thought what if we as moms supported and challenged each other to accomplish one project each day big or small and together we began seeing our to do lists get checked off each day. So, tomorrow we begin checking off our 28 day project list one day at a time. Will you join us?
I made my list and filled it with projects that I could accomplish in a few minutes and ones that might take me several hours to accomplish, I also had to come up with a weeks worth that I could accomplish while traveling this month. I have listed them below to help inspire you to create your own 28 day project list and join me tomorrow.
Trisha's 28 Day Project list:
Small Projects ( ones that will take me 60 minutes or less)
Pick up pictures from photographer that were taken at the Holiday Cotillion
Pick up Santa pictures from Nordstrom
Order new gate opener for car
Take Nate to library to get his own library card
Fix Caleb’s bicycle wheel
Create Dad's Valentine Gift
Take Wedding ring to have fixed
Call about guitar lesson Nate
Book flights / hotel for March Mission trip
Big Projects ( ones that will take me more then one hour)
Place all badges on Caleb and Nates scout uniforms
Clean out kids lockers ( laundry room)
Clean out kitchen drawers
Clean out kitchen cabinets
File 24/7 MOMS filing into file cabinets
Clean out garage fridge
Move Caleb and Nate into new bedroom
Paint Shelby’s room
Consign boys outgrown clothes
List items on Craig's list and -bay
Sort and organize books
Traveling Projects ( ones I can do while out of town)
Write a letter to our Child that we sponsor with Compassion International
Add phone numbers to cell phone and address book
Search for new dinner recipes to then create a new list of dinners for meal planning
Plan Summer Vacation, camping etc
Clean out 1000 emails
Search online for Bedroom curtains.
Write Thank you cards
Ready to join in the CHALLENGE?
Let's get started? Grab a notebook or sheet of paper and begin writing out 28 projects you would like to complete in February. You can either assign these to particular days in the month or each day choose a project that fits into your day from your list.
My projects will include things such as cleaning out the kitchen drawers, taking a child's bike in for repairs to creating a new list of dinner ideas and even making Dad's Valentine gift this year.
Let's get started making our lists and I'll check back in with you next week as we begin our 28 day project challenge on February 1st.
What will be on your List?