A Proverbs Wife

Working Willingly

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1.) Bible Study:

Proverbs 8-12

2.) “MUST Do” List:

• Meal Prep: marinate and package chicken breast
• Clip 1/18 coupon inserts and file them in coupon binder
• Laundry: washing, drying, folding and putting away.
• Check Craigslist for free shelves for stockpile
Organize stockpile
• Post a wanted add on Freecycle for shelving (for my stockpile)
• Plan grocery shopping list (Publix & Kroger)
• Grocery shopping…Anyone want to join me???

3.) Taking Care of My Home:

Complete daily and weekly chores listed below.

• Monday – Sweep and mop floors, wipe out refrigerator and marinate chicken breasts

• Tuesday – Take all trash outside for pick-up, clean all bathrooms, and complete one quarterly task (deep clean laundry room).

• Wednesday – Bring all trash receptacles to the back of the house, vacuum and sweep foyer.

• Thursday – Deep clean bathrooms, organize MB closet

• Friday –
Wash and dry bed linen. Remake beds.

• Saturday – Take out clothes for church Sunday, calculate tithes, and make sure undergarments and work clothes are clean for Monday.

4.) Training My Children:

• Teaching my 5 year old son to mend a sock (at his request)
• Responsibility
• Strengthening weak academic areas.

5.) Menu Plan Monday

• Cereal
• Oatmeal
• Grits w/cheese
• Blueberry Muffins
• Cereal

• Mini pizza’s made w/ Grands biscuits
• ?????
• Cheese Quesadillas
• Crescent rolls
• Leftovers

• Baked Ziti
• BBQ’d chicken, steamed rice, green beans and gravy
• Enchiladas, steamed rice and black beans
• ??????

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3 thoughts on “Working Willingly

  1. Whitney Child0fGod says:

    just stopping by to say hi hadias!!

    thank God,


  2. Thanks for being an inspiration! I wish you could call and remind me to do things! lol


  3. I think it’s neat that your son wants to learn to mend socks, good for him! I love reading your posts about organiziation, they always remind me of something I need to work on!


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