This picture is just a reminder that having our priorities in order helps us to find time to do the things we want to do.
Goals for the week:
1. Ask yourself some questions. What is important to me? What do I want to accomplish? What have I always wanted to do? Maybe you could even write a mission statement for yourself and/or your family. When you have the big picture in mind it's easier to know how the little things will fit into it.
2. Make a list of your top ten priorities and keep them in your journal or somewhere where you can see them regularly. I know we all have these in our heads, but I think it's a good idea to actually write them out and look at them. Most of these may be serious but don't forget to include fun in your list.
"...look first for the kingdom of God..." (Matthew 6:33)
3. Make a list of all the activities you currently participate in and compare them to the list above. Which activities need to stay and which need to go? What you don't do is as important as what you do. Be realistic and realize that you will also need some free, unstructured time in your day. Not everything has to be preplanned.
As your life changes, this list will change. Your priorities now may look different than they will down the road. Revise your list every 6 months or so as needed.
Week 1 - Your Mind
Week 2 - Your Schedule
Week 3 - Cleaning Schedule