The gifts that keep on giving a.k.a. my Christmas resolutions:
1.) Wake up to a clean living room and have a consistent early quiet time
2.) Address cashiers, anyone in the service industries with a name tag on by name and make an effort to be friendly
3.) Read a good book a month (I'm half way through Prodigal God. If he can do one a week I can find time to do one a month.)
4.) Menu plan!!
Yes, I have been married for 8 years and have never consistently sat down and made a menu plan for the week. This results in way too many trips to the store and time wasted looking through cookbooks and recipe websites. It's actually quiet easy.
Monday: I have a form that I fill out, I bring some recipe magazines (from the library) to the park, I sit and write down my menu and my shopping list.
Tuesday: I go shopping after Zak is off to school and spend the morning prepping meals and doing laundry (this is the only day in the week that I have time to get a bunch of stuff done around the house).
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