Progress Week 4

Week 3 was very special to us as a family – sad, exciting, exhausting, emotional.

Looking at week 4 I can say I have ticked off all 4 of my monthly goals.

I posted a ‘stranger’ who needed some encouragement a card for my act of kindness.

We made Grandma a cake overload.

and I had already read a book and made a meal.

This week I have also been working on one of my ‘overall goals’ – in a nutshell these are to recognise and value the fact I am one Spirit, one Soul, one Body, one Mind.

I joined the gym and I’ve been twice so I have started to make some shifts in honouring this amazingly created body I have been given to live in.

I ran out of wholemeal flour and brown sugar this week which is a good sign that I am making all our bread, and baking browner. This week homemade peanut butter, blueberry muffins, ice-blocks, yoghurt ice-blocks, chocolate chips biscuits, stewed rhubarb, and chocolate and peanut biscuits plus home-made peanut butter (photo for you Bec!) and meals.

Home-made Peanut Butter on Home-made Bread

I also made this little chart the other day to help us all think of snack options outside of the baking tins.


I’m pretty pleased with my efforts actually I never think of myself as artistic so I was pleasantly surprised by how it turned out.

I also finished reading a wonderful book ‘I Dared to Call Him Father’ which has been nourishing on many levels.


Pop over to Cate’s and see how others are going on their goals for 2011.


8 responses

  1. I want to know more about the card…Well done with your goals.

  2. YUM YUM YUM!! 🙂 thank you for the pic! Looks delicious!

  3. Well done! You must be feeling pretty chuffed to be able to tick off your list for the month.
    I love how your goals are about others as much as yourself 🙂

  4. Wonderful goals you have. I like the healthy snack options chart, ‘Thinking outside the tin’!

  5. You go girl! It must have felt good to run out of things and know you are being healthier. I love your food chart. “What a helpful thing for the whole family.
    I too want to know about the card for the stranger. 🙂

    Have a great week!!

  6. Well check out your awesome progress!! (Popping over from Cate’s)

  7. Congratulations! Mmmmm, homemade peanut butter. 😀

    That’s a great chart, I think we need one of those. I’m so sick of, “Mom, what can I have for a snack?”

    Go you! (following from Cate’s)

  8. What a great food chart you made! I need one of those in our home, as well. It would definitely help us make better choices. I love the goals that you have set for yourself and how you are ticking them off one by one. I am inspired!! Great job! Candace

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