Wednesday, September 18, 2013
My To Do List
I have a lengthy list of major things to get done. And how!
-Blog about my To Do List
-Write/prepare talk for Empowering Fearless Birth THIS SATURDAY!!! Come, come, come! CJane and I will both be speaking-- Along with tons of great vendors, giveaways, and incredible information. The video on the website made me cry just now.
-Prepare sharing time for Sunday (I'm in the Primary Presidency now. For non Mormon speakers, Sharing time is the 15 minute group lesson you give to kids ages 4-11 who come to your church)
-Work on Sacrament talk for Sunday after that
-Write blogs and update facebook for my new job (I'm the new content manager for an orthopedic office in Park City!)
-Submit more articles to Deseret News
-Clean the house
-Go visit Ashley and Porter at Primary Children's Hospital
-Continue my training for the 17 mile mountain trail run in October (Brighton to Park City)
-Shower and get ready
-Announce on the blog that I want to start doing weekly blogs where I promote the business ventures of other mom's. Review their products and get the word out about their products and services. Mothers helping Mothers Mondays!
-Finish watching SMASH because I'm obsessed
-Figure out what our family themed Halloween costumes are going to be this year.
-Finish blog about my To Do list before I start rambling and telling you every little thing I have to do like jump in the shower for 2 seconds after I publish this because I can hear Zoë waking from her nap.
* A note to the author of this blog from the author of this blog: These things are all secondary to your overarching and most important To Do list which is taking care of and loving your children. May the force be with you.
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