Instead of sharing all of my August Bullet Journal pages this time, I thought I’d zoom in closer on my habits and how I’m tracking them and give some more details on how it is helping me grow in an area I’m weak (consistency). Each habit has its own mini calendar in the shape of…
Here’s how my July bullet journal filled up… The “What I Did This Month” page ended up not working because I was kind of already reviewing my day on the “memories” page for this month. So for August, that’ll be gone. And the “one line reading reflection” was a great idea, but I’m still learning…
After calling a 2021 goals do-over, I’m hoping for a fresh start in my Bullet Journal too.
Week 7 was a fun/scary week as I got an opportunity to Zoom into a Bible study with a wonderful group of very kind women in Canada!
Week 11 brought in some sunny days and more rain here in Oregon. But on the sunny days we got to work on the garden expansion for Zombie Bottoms Garden (started in March 2020, when it seemed like Zombies could be a legitimate threat).
This past week was a very busy week, but a very good one. I didn’t get anything crossed off my tasks, but some weeks are like that, right?
Already done with the first week of February! Did not get much done this week as I was primarily focused on getting all the tax stuff together.
I made time to sit down and really think through some specific goals. I think this is the final-ish list. For now.
I tested out a new weekly layout idea this week and it really helped keep me better on track. Still not perfectly productive, but I’m not aiming for perfection, but progress, right?
My words, or really phrase, for the year are ones I have been thinking about for months and I’m still learning to apply them in my day to day life. Wait well has been a theme I’ve been seeing all throughout the Bible for years. I’m realizing that God works in and through the waiting…