Each month I share a monthly intentional living checklist to help you stay on track with meeting your goals and being intentional.
I find these monthly checklists helpful in making sure I take care of important tasks around my home, and I am thoroughly enjoying placing a check mark next to each item on the list!
I’m really looking forward to tackling this month’s list.
March Intentional Living Monthly Checklist
Review your mission statement
Set monthly goals
Going hand-in-hand with developing a mission statement, take some time this month to review your yearly goals. Then set some monthly goals to help you work toward achieving your goals for the year.
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Determine books to read this month
I like to make a list of the books I want to read each month based on my yearly reading goals.
Check out the following posts for book ideas to add to your list:
Update your budget
Hopefully you have everything you need to file your taxes. If you haven’t filed your taxes, go ahead and make it a priority this month.
Declutter and organize your children’s rooms
Pull out and sort Spring/Summer clothes
This might be my favorite item on this month’s checklist! I love pulling out our Spring and Summer clothes. The bright colors and the promise of warmer weather. I cannot wait! I’ll be pulling out and purging what we’ve outgrown or won’t wear. I’ll also take inventory of the needs of my children so I can keep my eye out for sales.
Put on your calendar one act of hospitality
Plan the layout of your garden
Create a Spring cleaning list
I’m not one for a big Spring cleaning, but there are tasks that lend themselves to the Spring. I will make a list of house projects, cleaning tasks, and overall house maintenance needs to tackle throughout the next couple of months.
This is also a good time to refer back to one of my favorite eBooks, Clean Enough: Simple Solutions for the Overwhelmed Homemaker by Jenni Mullinix.
As you are washing dishes and scrubbing tubs you are serving the Lord. And I must remind you that our God is a much more gracious Master than any human (including ourselves). While He desires us to strive toward growth in all areas of our life, He never expects perfection. When we make mistakes, He gives grace (page 9).
Ahhhh…isn’t that refreshing? Jenni truly encourages us in our homemaking tasks while reminding us of grace. I love re-reading Clean Enough each Spring.
Clean out refrigerator, pantry, and freezer
With the promise of Spring, I’m ready for a change in ingredients! I cannot wait for fresh fruits and veggies that are just around the corner. Therefore, take some time this month to clean out your refrigerator and pantry, and don’t forget to eat whatever soups remain hidden in your freezer.
This is when my printables from Getting it Together: A Home Management System that Works come in handy. I love the inventory printables Kayse provides.
Start getting outside at least once a day
The days are getting longer, which means you need to start getting outside for at least 20 minutes a day. Natural Vitamin D is so important for your overall health. Plus the fresh air is much needed after a long winter!
What is on your intentional living monthly checklist? Share with us in the comments!
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