This Week's To-Do List

Last week I posted my to-do list for the day...which turned out to be more like a to-do list for the week. It took me until Thursday to mark them all off, and that doesn't bother me one bit. I'd rather space them out like that than go frantic for a full day, trying to accomplish them!

Also, I ended up adding much more to the list as the days went by, including a few recipes that I can't wait to share!:
  • Homemade Whole Wheat Tortillas (SO simple!)
  • Chicken Stock from Scratch (this was amazingly easy to make and made way more than I needed)
  • Soft & Chewy Granola Bars (from a recipe my mother-in-law pointed me to from Smitten Kitchen)
I still really want to try the chocolate pudding pops recipe I alluded to, but need to get some popsicle molds before I can. (After some research, I'm leaning toward getting these or these ones on Amazon.)

And now, looking ahead to this week...

  • Drop donations off at thrift store (they have been sitting in a closet for months now)
  • Finish last projects for work and submit monthly invoice
  • Continue reading Love and Respect (I hope to start sharing some of my notes soon, but haven't gotten around to typing them up yet)
  • Perhaps type up some of my notes from Love and Respect?
  • Daily quiet time & prayer
  • New magazines in the mail to read! Real Simple and Martha Stewart!
  • File away notes and recipes from old magazines that have been sitting on the floor by my desk
  • Decide what new recipes to try this week, especially to finish up our excess of celery, carrots and chicken stock (any suggestions?!)
  • Buy plane tickets to go to Virginia Beach with the fam in August (from our travel fund!)
  • Try to make sure we don't go over our budget for the month (we're inching closer!)
  • And I'm sure, more things to come as the week progresses...
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  1. Freeze chicken stock and/or make either marinara or black bean soup (or both) with your celery and carrots -- I made both last week and will share the recipes if you need them. We ate well last week! I have a new black bean & avacodo dip to share with you -- so delicious!!

  2. Oh thanks, Jenni! You never fail to provide the best recipes. I would love those recipes!!


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