Schedule better. Plan a schedule for each day of the week and stick to the plan as well as possible. This includes going to bed and waking up at a reasonable time.
Have me time. First thing in the morning do quite soul-uplifting activities. Pray, read scriptures, write in journal, yoga etc. No work, computer, tv, phone, cleaning or cooking (except breakfast for hubby) during this time.
Be healthier. Cook fresher meals. Read recipe books not boxes. Lots of chicken and vegetables. Lower carb. Only drink water. Start off with drinking only 1 glass of juice/soda a day and then eliminate it. Exercise with Hubby every night.
Be cleaner. Before going to bed make sure the home is clean enough for guests. Wake up a little earlier for church to be sure Hubby and I both look good - shower, makeup, iron clothes etc.
Look interested. I have poor social skills. Here is my first goal to combat that: As hubby eloquently puts it, my blank face comes off as 'I don't give a darn'. Make a contentious effort to smile with my mouth and with my eyes. Show people I'm paying attention to them by being in the moment and the moment alone (not also in a memory or lalaland). Speak up more and ask questions that tie into the topic at hand.
Be realistic/find balance. If something needs done just do it. The more I put it off the more I'm going to dread doing it and risk forgetting it altogether. Also it's okay to say no or tell someone they will have to wait. Hold back my heart and take a reasonable estimate of the situation before promising anything.
Relax. If I get to bogged down, flustered, confused, angry, depressed or any other not happy emotion take some time to relax. Take a bubble-bath or read a book. Separate myself from the situation for a little while so I can look at it with clearer eyes. Realize that my mood also effects my husband (and clients) so I need to keep it pleasant.