Whew ~ the craziness is over and the new year is almost here! When I was young, I used to think January was such a dull & boring month; now I’m so thankful that January is a dull & boring month!
- daily reading
- My Utmost for His Highest
- start a new online devotional – A Chosen Vessel: Finding Peace and Purpose
- Purchase my 2008 Motivated Moms chore list (this works great for me, & only $8!)
- Plan upcoming school semester & make copies – back to school on Wed.
- Pack away Christmas decorations
- Find yummy recipes for bread pudding and black eyed peas. Can you recommend any? Does everyone eat black eyed peas on New Year’s Day, or is it just a southern thing? (actually, I won’t touch them, but Jason likes them)
- Plan my preschool lessons for our homeschool co-op in Feb.
- Start getting up early again!
- Create & commit to an exercise plan
Train them up~
- Assign new chores now that everyone is a little older (waaah!)
- Put together a scripture memory system
I highly recommend the book The Storehouse Principle – it completely changed the way we look at money. It’s not a finance how-to book, but instead deals with heart issues about money. The focus is on Biblically managing your storehouse in a way that allows you to financially bless others.