Why am I turning my goals into wishes? Because I'm in a rut with goals and wishes just puts a new party dress on the whole thing.
I'm gonna start with one small wish...
To get into a sleep routine.
My problem is that I am always exhausted in the mornings. I would love to be one of those people who got up, worked out, packed lunches, got ready, and saved the world before Clay woke up but I'm just not.
I pack our lunches and do as much as possible the night before so basically the only things I have to do in the morning are: get us ready, make coffee, give Clay a breathing treatment.
It never fails, I am always rushing out the door in the morning. Luckily I have a job where I can be a little flexible with my start time but I hate the rushed feeling.
So my wish this week is to feel more rested so I actually get up when my alarm goes off!
Here's the plan:
(Also part of this wish is to feel less stressed and slow down and enjoy life more. Happy Jessica= more sleep.)
Stop doing "chores" at 8:30pm. No matter what.
Who cares if there's another load of laundry to fold or a dish in the sink? Even if my home isn't perfect it's full of love and laughter. Okay, so this will be a hard one for me, but it will give me much needed me time.
No caffeine after 4pm.
Be in bed, reading, with iPad and phone OFF by 10pm.
It never fails. I go to bed early and end up on my phone or ipad and the next thing I know it's two hours later.
Get out of bed when my alarm goes off...and not just to hit snooze.
All week, up at six. I can do this.
Okay, so that's my wish and my plan to make my wish come true :)
And since you read through allllll of that, I shall reward you:
After Clay's appointment at the allergist on Friday, we stopped by to see Liz at work and she was nice enough to snap some pictures for us and I love them!!