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    Weekly Goals
    mrswhitecastle posted:
    1. Get back into my gym routine.

    2. No takeout.

    3. Clean out and organize night stands next to our bed.

    4. Get everyone healthy again. (Emily is doing better, but now Elizabeth is sick.)

    5. Have family meeting to go over chores and responsibilities. I'm tired of picking up after everyone!
    Emily (8) Elizabeth (6)
    earleyml1012 responded:
    1. Start cooking healthy meals...less processed food

    2. Relax and control my thoughts in order to reduce anxiety...pray more

    3. Get house ready for Easter guests

    4. Stop yelling at DD#1 and give consequences
    miob responded:
    1. Leave more work at work.

    2. Back on the diet and exercise bandwagon (I've been awful these past 2 weeks).

    3. Finally call the cleaning company to have someone come clean the house every other week.

    4. Organize, organize, organize!!!

    5. Finally sign DS up for swimming lessons.

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