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10 Goals for This Week #27 2015 + Update on Last Week's Goals

Whoa.. Life is so full now days. A lot to update and sometime when the idea is there, the time is not suitable for me to be in front of the computer. Excuses.

Today, I took my boy to see skin specialist. It is confirmed he has ECZEMA. *cries*
For all these years.. I thought it was only normal skin irritation because he scratched it and it bleeds. I am not 100% sure what triggers it. It could be because of the heat and dry weather now. It has been almost 3 weeks. And his right hand are worse than before. It got infected by bacteria. He missed school for almost a week. Doc told me I need to closely monitor his condition. Once it happen again, I need to know what causes it. Tough job there mummy. *Googling bathing products for my boy*

While my youngest, she no longer has fever. She is OK now. Alhamdulillah.
I pray to Allah each day to give me very high patience during this holy month of Ramadhan. Fasting while handling two active toddlers is way too challenging. Breath in.. breath out.

Happy news for the whole family (my side and Mr. Fruitheart's side), I have additional two nephews which were born yesterday. Alhamdulillah, my sister, my sister in law and their babies are doing good. I got to see baby Mika (my sis in law's son) yesterday. I am planning to go back to Banting this weekend to see my other nephew, baby Ayden. They're still in ward. I am a very proud Mak Long and Mak Ngah. *wink*

And here are this week's goals:

Search for bathing product for boy (eczema).
Buy presents for newborn nephews.

Home management:
Take 10 minutes each day to clean only one area of the house.
Wash and put clothes away each day except Thursday and Friday.

Take at least 15 minutes a day to read the holy Al-Quran.
Perform Tarawih prayer.
Continue reading Chelsea Wives.

Continue searching for new job.


Make a detailed weekly schedule with all appointment written out. (Forgetful lady)
Take one subject for homeschooling the kids.
Plan a break fasting date with husband.

Home management:

Set appointment with cleaner company to clean the house.
List down grocery items.


Take at least 15 minutes a day to read the holy Al-Quran.
Perform Tarawih prayer.

Continue reading Chelsea Wives. (10 pages).

P/S: Sticking to goals can be hard. You can do it! Mind to share what's your goal?
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