A Three Month Challenge

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If I could only keep my house clean, or read my bible every day, or cook all the time, my life would be better. Does this sound like you? I know it sounds exactly like me. I have always thought of ways to live a perfect life and BE a perfect person, so I'm setting a challenge for myself to see if my life would really be any better. I am giving myself until April First to overhaul my habits and implement all the things that are supposedly going to make everything better. 

Here's what I'm going to do: 



Spend Time With God EVERYDAY 


The most important thing and probably the only thing on my list that is going to make a difference in my life. This year, I am going to dive into my faith, head first. I plan to wake up every morning and spend some time with God, reading my bible, whether its my woman's study bible or the digital version. There are several Christian books that I can read as well that have devotionals and scriptures in them. 

 

Cook Everyday 


I get unmotivated after cooking for four day straight and then my husband suggests we go out to eat, it's all downhill from there. To remedy this, a meal plan is in order. Every week, I will plan meals. It doesn't always have to be something new, recycling meals is acceptable. 

 

Ten Minute Tidy Up Everyday 


A clean house is important. I tend to throw clothes on the floor and allow clutter to pile up. I am hoping to change that this year. If you want more details on my little tidy ups, check out my "Off to bed series".


Exercise Everyday 


Mostly this one is for my dog. I want to walk her twice a day. 
 

Get Frugal 


Money. My weakness. I am going to get better at handling it and saving it. I will also create a savings goal.


Write More 


Another plan I am going to create is a weekly writing plan. I have a few writing projects that I want to complete by the end of the year. I will write weekly updates for this challenge about my progress, what I've learned, and what I would change. I predict that spending time with God and writing more will be the easiest for me and getting frugal, and cooking will be the hardest.

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