5 Disciplines~Week 2 – Time Management

weekly cleaning schedule

First let me begin with a Week 1 update:  My “Body Challenge” goal was to lose 5 pounds in 5 weeks.  As of today, I have lost 1 1/2 pounds and I think if I eat one jelly bean I will gain this pound back.  lol!  So this means I must continue to skip my after dinner snack and exercise 20 minutes, 3+ times a week to maintain this loss and continue to lose more.  If you took the week one challenge and have an update – please leave it in the comment section – this is your accountability :)! Now let’s […]

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My 2011 Schedules for Cleaning, Meals and School


I recognize that not everyone enjoys living life on a schedule.  God has made us all unique with different personalities and preferences.  I personally thrive on a schedule as does the rest of my family.  But if this sort of thing makes you gag lol!  know that God made you differently for his purposes and that is what makes the body of Christ beautiful!   My inspiration for my schedules is the Proverbs 31 woman.  Proverbs 31:27 says, “She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idlenss.”  My schedule helps me to watch over all […]

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Our Daily Homeschool Routine and Curriculum ~ Part 3 of 5

This is my children on the day all their boxes of homeschool stuff arrived this past July!!! It was a VERY exciting day!!!This video gives you a peak inside a typical homeschool day in our home. Every home will look different based on the ages of your children. Some of you will have little ones that need managed during homeschool time, others will have teens who are self sufficient. This is what our home looks like right now in this season of life. (and please, if you are a homeschooler – share in the comments about what your day looks […]

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Our Back-To-School Daily Schedule

Let me just be honest, I love a schedule. I’m not sure if there’s ever been a day that I have perfectly stuck to it. But I have found that creating routines and a rhythm in the home creates peace. It also helps me to keep my priorities a priority and accomplish everything that needs to be accomplished in the day. I have been practicing this schedule recently and tweaking it and I am sure it may get a few more tweaks by the end of September but here is an idea of what our days will look like this […]

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My New 2010 Weekly Schedule!

It’s a new year – it’s time for a new weekly schedule! A while back one of my readers, Nicki, shared her weekly cleaning schedule in the comments section of of a post titled “Smiling At Home”. I loved it! I saved her comment and when I pulled out my shiny new 2010 calendar, I also pulled out her schedule. As I wrote birthdays, important phone numbers and other information into my new calendar, I also added this schedule along the top, above the days of the week. My 2010 Weekly ScheduleMondays – Menu and Market Day Tuesdays: Toilets, Tubs […]

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Back-To-School – Weekly Schedule and Routine

I have recently joined the twitter world and am posting my tweets along the left side bar. One person I follow on twitter is Kay Arthur. Saturday when she tweeted, she said “be rigidly flexible”…”be intentional”. This sums up for me what a “weekly schedule” – or for a more affectionate term – a “weekly routine” should be. It should be intentional – by nature it’s rigid, but in reality it is flexible. This week – most kids are going back-to-school and all of their activities are going to change the flow of our week. So as we assess the […]

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Back To School – My Daily Schedule

If you have read my “about me” page, then you have read number 17 where I say “I love schedules – I love typing them up, living by them and dreaming of the next one!” So I am excited to say – “no more summer lazy days – it’s time for a NEW SCHEDULE!!!! Hooray!” Why do I write out my daily schedule? Because it keeps my priorities a priority. What are my priorities?1. To have a morning quiet time 2. To be sure all of my husbands needs and wants are met 3. To train my children in the […]

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Summer Bible Study Plans and Ideas

Summer Bible Study Plans and Ideas[2]

Summer is here! Have you made your summer Bible study plans? If not, I have a few ideas for you. 1. Read through the book of Proverbs with us  here at Good Morning Girls!  We are reading one chapter a day all summer long – you can find our resources and reading plans here —> GoodMorningGirls.org Another way you could read Proverbs is this: Read one chapter a day everyday.  There are 30-31 days in every month and there are 31 chapters in the book of Proverbs. Spend the entire month reading, meditating, memorizing and studying Proverbs in-depth.  Then in August […]

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