I love to set monthly goals to stay focused on what matters most to me. Here are my monthly goals for July 2022.
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How was June?
June was a little crazy, because I spent a lot of it with severe liver dysfunction after eating Daily Harvest lentils. I have loved so much food from this company, but they didn’t deal with this issue well at all, taking WAY too long to notify customers. My liver is recovering, but a sister who ate the same thing is still extremely sick. She ate more than I did; for once my being a picky eater was a win.
How Did I Do On June Goals for 2022?
If you consider the illness and doctor appointments, I did okay with June goals.
I got some blogging done. A decent amount even, given the circumstances.
Mike enjoyed a late Father’s Day celebration – he was in Europe for work on both the actual day and our anniversary. We’ll celebrate our anniversary properly tomorrow.
I sent Anna to Galileo Camp, and she loved it so much that I signed her up for two more weeks! I highly recommend this camp if you have a creative child who will enjoy a STEM themed summer camp with an old fashioned feel.
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I didn’t structure my older children’s time much at all. They knew to practice their musical instruments every day. My 12-year-old and 14-year-old are both taking some online classes that I’ll review soon. My 16-year-old works a lot of hours in a local ice cream shop. All three older kids spent a lot of time reorganizing their rooms.
Since Mike and I were on different continents for our anniversary, I wrote him a little song and made a slideshow to go with it:
I didn’t research homeschool curriculum at all. So please, if you have recommendations, particularly that meet the California A-G requirements for my high schoolers, send them my way!
Setting July Monthly Goals for 2022
July is going to be busy! Here are my goals:
- Continue to prep for our trip! We will be living in Europe for three and a half months this fall. It’s incredibly exciting, and also a ton of work, getting everything arranged. Focus: purpose
- Finish reorganizing my room. I got the closet done, and I really want this taken care of before we leave. Focus: persist
- Find homeschool curriculum for this fall. Focus: build
- Keep sewing and keep playing music. Focus: encourage and habit
What are your goals for July 2022?
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MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.
2 thoughts on “Setting Monthly Goals for July 2022”
I can’t imagine how much work it must be to get organized enough to move a family short term to a different continent.
I’m sorry you spent so much of June sick, that sounds miserable.
I’m so relieved to be feeling better! My sister is STILL sick, so I guess I lucked out.
We’re making progress on organization for fall, but I’m sure there will be stuff that just doesn’t get done that should. My biggest problem right now is making sure my high schoolers get a transcript that will be accepted by their high school and the California college system.
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