As I started the year I wanted to make a record of my plans and goals. A way to prompt me into action as well as a way to hold myself accountable for successes and failures along the way.
The past month certainly hasn’t turned out the way that I imagined it would, I don’t think it did for anyone. Plans, activities and general life have all been rejigged, rearranged and even postponed. Routines and schedules have gone out of the window and replaced by a new normal. Whilst this has been an upheaval, it is important that I continue to look towards the future and continue setting goals and plans.
The month ahead I am looking to focus on my blog. Both the front end that you all see and read, As well as the back end of SEO, coding and organisation that all goes into running a blog behind the scenes.
Despite January feeling at times that it is the longest month of the year. It has passed by all too quickly with us adjusting back into the usual routines of school, work and family life after the festive season. I’m still very much reflecting on the elements that make up my life. Re-evaluating whether I need to make changes to where I apply my time and effort.
As the New Year is about to ring out loud and resolutions are made, I’m looking to make changes in my life. But not ones that fall under the resolution category of losing weight and getting fit – although I could benefit from both of those. This New Year I am looking to make time for me and to ensure that I am accountable for this I am once again jotting down my plans and goals for the month ahead.
As a new month starts tomorrow, I want to make myself accountable for the plans that I have and the goals I am looking to achieve. What better way to make sure that I am completing these than by making the public.