Looking back at my March and April goals, I was slightly disappointed that I didn’t complete more of them. But that thing called life got in the way, and my priorities were pulled in a different direction. We also had the small matter of our holiday in April, and I certainly didn’t think of any goals whilst I was sipping a cocktail on the beach in Greece.
Continue attending the Working Wednesday group – I absolutely love attending this small group in Chester, and every two weeks I get the chance to work alongside a few … Continue reading
I really enjoyed writing down and being accountable for my goals last month, and even though I didn’t tick everything off the list, I was pleased with what I managed to do. February is usually a much quieter month than January, so I’m hoping I will really get stuck into my goals this month.
Buy my ticket for the Blog on conference in May
Pitch to 10 brands or PR companies
Say yes to more things and push myself out of my comfort zone
SEO and update 10 old blog posts
Update my blog where … Continue reading
January goals – What I achieved this month
The end of January, and I must admit I am always sad saying goodbye to the first month of the year. January is one of my favourite months, and this year has been no exception. We have celebrated 2 birthdays, I have been on a lovely spa day with my husband, enjoyed meals out with friends and family, and had lots of fun this month.
Though the downside is, I have not completed as many goals as I wanted to. I forgot how busy January is for us, though I am … Continue reading
Inspired by my lovely friend Angela who blogs at Adventures in Websterland, I am going to start sharing the goals I want to achieve each month. I thrive on being organised, and I like to think I run a fairly tight ship when it comes to the home and family life. But there is always room for improvement, and I have started to realise that if my life is not quite as organised as it should be, then it can affect my stress levels.
So this year I am going to focus on 3 areas of my … Continue reading