1. Completely Finish the New House & Update Property
W is ready to start back to work on the new house. We have some tile work, trim, and general odds and ends. I have no idea what he will want to start on first. We will not be spending 100% of the time on the house/property. Neither of us wants to get burned out plus we both have other obligations. I am excited to get everything wrapped up.
2. Plan Ahead for Birthday and Holiday Gifts
I need to start looking for a wedding shower gift and a second baby shower gift. I have one birthday gift to purchase and already have the book picked out.
3. Use the Garden to Be More Self-Sufficient
I was excited to see more herbs sprouting back out as well as a jalapeno pepper that is sprouting out again. I still have not dehydrated the lemon balm. I want to get more of the garden beds weeded this week.
4. Take One Class a Month
I started the French bread class. I need to purchase a digital scale and a few other tools to make it properly. I am excited to make a really great loaf of bread and some baguettes.
5. Pack Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes on a Budget
This past week I organized most of the leftovers. My plan for March is to finish crocheting all of the wash cloths. I need 60 and should get them all done by the end of the month.
6. Boost Savings
I will be able to put a good bit of money toward the credit card debt this coming week. We have kept extra spending to a minimum which definitely helps.