Bring back an old “series” on my blog. I used to do a “Goals Four” post bi-monthly, but now haven’t posted one since October. During this time of uncertainty and a general feeling of loss, I thought it’d be nice to try and focus on small, achievable goals for the upcoming month of July. What is Goals Four? Basically, I list out my goals for (get it???) the months.
Specifically, I list out four goals I’d like to achieve. I also liked to reflect on the previous Goals Four post and mention things I did well. However, since this if my first post in several months, I’m going to stick with the bare bones and simply list out my four goals for July (my birthday month). If you’re interested in knowing about my Goals Four…. keep reading.
Every couple of months I sit down and reflect on my goals. That includes my goals from the past couple months and my goals I want to focus on going forward. As the name suggests, for #GoalsFour I list four things I want to work on. But I also discuss how I did with my last installment’s goals and also four things I did well with.
If you’re interested in this month’s #GoalsFour post, keep reading.
Here I am for another bi-monthly (?) check-in on my goals and how I’m doing overall. It feels like I haven’t done this in months, but my last #GoalsFour post was in June. This time, I have four goals I want to accomplish or work towards for August 2019. I also reflect on my last #GoalsFour post and note things I did well on since my last post. If you’re interested in knowing what my current goals are, keep reading.
Hello all! I’m here again with another #GoalsFour post. If you happened to stumble upon this post, basically I list out four goals I want to achieve or things I want to work on for said month. Get it? Goals for… Goals FOUR… Yeah, super clever. I also revisit what I listed in my last installment and end by saying four things I did well with. Check out my latest #GoalsFour post. If not, keep reading to find out about my goals for June 2019.
I’m back with another “installment,” if you will, of #GoalsFour on my blog. Basically what I do is every other month (or whenever) I list my four goals (get it – play on “goals for…”) the upcoming month. I list things I want to do, accomplish or improve on. But not only that. Additionally, I list four things I did well on recently. Either the last month or since my last #GoalsFour post.
The last installment of this was done in February. You can click the link above to read it. But now we are in Spring, the days are longer and we even had a day of weather in the upper 60s. So as I prepare for April, which I believe will be a very transformative month for me, I felt that this would be the perfect time to do this. So continue reading as I sit back and reflect.
Welcome back to my blog (or welcome if you’re new). This is my second installment for my #GoalsFour series on my blog. The last one I did was in December. Basically, in each post I will discuss what I want to accomplish over the next month or two. I will list four areas of my life that I want to work on or four things I’d like to accomplish.
At the end I will also list four things I did well since my last #GoalsFour post, whether it was something intentional or unintentional. It’s good to remind yourself of the areas you did well in. Because even if you didn’t hit the goals you set out, maybe there were other areas in your life where you took major steps forward. Thus, the purpose of this series is to motivate me, give myself a kick in the butt which I need from time-to-time but also appreciate the work and growth I made. So, if you’d like to read what goals I have out to accomplish, keep reading.
If you are a regular reader, thanks for coming back to my blog! I appreciate you. If you’re a new reader, welcome! I also appreciate you and hope you find my blog interesting and motivating. I decided to do a different kind of post today, one related to goals and what I’d like to set for myself December 2018. This may seem a little odd, right? Usually people wait until January and the start of a new year to list out their goals. But I’ve never been a fan of New Year’s Resolution and the whole “new year, new me” thing.
Why? Because I believe it encourages people to believe that they can’t make changes NOW. They always have to wait until next week, next month, next year. I’ve heard someone say they want to get fit but they weren’t going to start until next month so they can “start fresh.” Isn’t that insane? I think now especially I need to refocus and spell out my goals because this past month has been a tough one and caused me to fall off track a bit. But the new series on my blog may help me fight that…
I also realized I’m unintentionally posting this on the 4th of December… trippy.