happiness project: volunteer + misc (may)

Thrive!, Project 43 and the monthly projects in my Happiness Project … so many projects! In reality, they are all facets of the same project, guiding me to finish or give up old projects and move forward on the ones that are most important to me.

April’s main theme was Cooking. As I expected, I didn’t get far with it as I wan’t home very much during April. I have plans to move forward with Cooking this and future months, though!

May’s main theme is “Volunteering”. At the moment, I can’t see how I can possibly fit in more volunteering. Trying to keep up with all the CAPS events as well as striving to get into the Red Cross office once a week is just about all I can handle. I’m hoping that within a couple of months, I will be able to free up a little more time in order to sign up for more DAT shirts and maybe even go to a bigger disaster operation if I’m needed.

In addition, my plans for the month include small items from other month’s topics, such as continuing with organizing my health records as well as the girls’, getting a better will written, organizing my paper files, organizing one bank account, recording serial numbers and photos of our various possessions, working through my “7 Habits” workbook, transferring accounts related to kplfans/uuhomeschool/plainhelps, cleaning up old posts on the GBK blog (some links still point to Blogger), walking 10K steps EVERY DAY, and volunteering at the Red Cross office.

Many of these small items are the same as last month, but I have moved forward on all of them, and I think a few more of might finally be completed this month. It really is a great feeling to be able to cross off many items “for good”!

As usual, whatever doesn’t get done gets cycled back into the plan at a later date. I’ve crossed off a number of ongoing projects in the past month, and I look forward to getting more things organized and done as well as progressing in the longer-term projects. Yet again I wish I had taken more photos!

thira - 13 apr 2014

thira – 13 apr 2014

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