November was a blur for me. I am looking forward to a slower paced December!
Review of Key Tasks For November
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I have started my shopping but have only be made it through about 75% of my list. I really need to work on this as, I dislike shopping in the last couple of weeks of December.
This was last weekend and he and his mates had a great time. I will post more about what they did next week.
We have completed the toy donations component of this task, but we didn’t fit in volunteering this year unfortunately which I wrote about here last week.
The craft stall was a huge success and dramatically exceeded my expectations. So many of my friends helped and worked very hard to pull this off. I was grateful to be surrounded by these clever ladies – thanks a bunch!
Key Tasks For December
- Play! As I mentioned at the start of this post, November was just too frantic and I did not play with the kids anywhere near as much as I usually do. To prevent this from happening again, I am going to be adding “play” to my to do list each day and making sure that I give it the priority it deserves.
- Finish My Christmas Shopping
- Daughter’s Birthday Party
- Celebrate The End Of The School Year
- Christmas Craft Stall Feedback
I would really like to have this completed by Friday week (11th).
My only daughter turns 6 this month and as it is her first year at school, she will also be having a party. I have not organised a thing yet and the party is ten days away, so I have quite a bit of work to do!
It has been a pretty big year for our family, and the kids have worked hard at school, so I want to find some way to celebrate together the end of the school year and recognise their efforts.
This was the first year that I have been involved with craft stall at the kids school. It was a steep learning curve for me, and I want to document the process that I went through and provide general feedback on how it went.