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Goals for Spring 2018

Spring is here and I am taking another look at my goals for the year.  I have been using the Cultivate What Matters Powersheets! 

Here are my goals for this spring.

1. Create a Life-giving Home
-loving my husband well
-raising God loving children
-create memories and traditions my family will look back on with fond memories

2. Grow my relationship with God
-Daily devotional
-Daily prayer
-prayer journal

3. Create a Home where life can Thrive
-Declutter
-Remodel
-Host family holidays

4. Grow the Chelsy Weisz Brand

-Create an amazing experience for Weisz Couples from start to finish

-Plant seeds of hope and faith through
-blogging
-Instagramming
-speaking engagements
-empowering others to share their gifts through the power of social media

Have you sat down and wrote some goals for this season ahead?

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I'm Chelsy a small town farmwife from western North Dakota. I built an elegant wedding photography business in the middle of nowhere with nothing but a camera and a google search bar. When my husband's one heart surgery turned in to a three-year-long battle, it turned everything on its head. I vowed to help other small business owners put systems into place to ensure the business can still run even if you have to step away.

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