Posted by: Judy | June 1, 2021

Gifts June 2021

Word for the year is Joy.

I want to be better. If you don’t know what it means to be better how will you know when you’ve become it? If I don’t define it for myself, the world will define it for me. Guarantee: The world will get it wrong. This year, I’m changing things up a bit anyway. I’m not going to do the different areas, because some I excel at, and others are tougher. My OCD brain bristles at not seeing a balance of colors; never mind the fact that I need to do more work in some areas than others. Let’s face it: Reading is not a habit I need to form; I have it down pat. I’m going to focus on one month at a time. Since I’ve rediscovered Classic Editor, I’ll keep my running list of goals from oldest to newest. I like that. I’ll also use greens and reds for progress checks.

11. Keep track of fluid intake

10. Join MeWe Done – Laurel Hawkes, since FB is denying me access because I had too much traffic, due to one post being shared on the popular “Hope for the Broken Hearted” page.


9. Make it through Mother’s Day Done

8. Make it through pipes being replaced Done

7. Let go of more things…giveaway Doing

6. Read “Break the Habit of Being Yourself” Doing

5. Go through Project 9-12 by Staci Stallings again Doing

4. Keep laughing Doing

3. Seek God’s hand in everything: I’m not sure how to measure this, but I feel prompted to do it. I forget but will keep working on it.

2. Use the Battle Plan for Prayer Cards from “War Room” Done and sharing

1. Publish “A Promise of Possibilities.” Less than 6 pages to edit.


  1. I am not familiar with WeMe. I might check it out. That is crazy about FB. So sorry!

    • It isn’t big, like FB. I’m still learning.

  2. I love your accountability! I promised myself I would nourish and cultivate my own health and happiness this year. I’m not sure I’ve checked my progress . . .

    • It’s easy to see what needs to be done and forget to celebrate the little steps in a healthier direction.

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