So as we enter the last month of 2019, I do a quick look back over November to see how I did. It was bad. All of November I had a low-level illness that didn't fully grab me but just left me tired and weak the whole time. That is until about 2 weeks ago when it finally turned into a full-on "I'm sick and I think I'm dying" illness. Due to this, I barely looked at my goals list and just focused on getting well. My partner was also sick, so we spent a lot of time looking after each other and just bundling up on the couch.
Gooooooals!! It's that time again, where I check on my progress and see if I've actually managed to have a successful month. I do love "ticking" things off my list 😀
So, September flew by. I think I blinked too long and 'poof!' it was gone. However, looking back over my diary where I track a lot of stuff, I am surprised to see I actually got stuff done! *Congratulatory Self-five* One of the ways I was able to do more things, was by "deep scheduling" my social media, damn did that make a difference. I will be explaining what I mean by "deep scheduling" in an upcoming post.
How fast is this year going? I cannot believe we are already into September. We have been spending a lot of time trying to get our new house in order and it's coming along well. But I still slotted in goals and it's time to look back at how I did with my goals for last month and a look ahead at this month's new goals
There has been more family stuff going on so I've decided to keep my monthly goal making to just 4 goals a month. It just gives me a lot of wiggle room and if something comes up (which has been happening a lot), I am still in a strong position.
Yes, it's time I got back to my monthly goals. Though for a little while, I'm going to keep them at a maximum of four a month. Anything more might push me too hard, while I get used to my new systems and schedules. This is why I skipped June's goals. I didn't need that extra pressure right after my return.
Okay, so for the first quarter of this year, I've been at my most scattered. So I'm not counting it. Any of it! :p
How quickly February flew by, stealing with it all of my time. Damn you, Time Thief! 2019 hasn't been the best for me so far, in regards to managing my time and reaching goals. Circumstances outside of my control have nipped in and messed up my plans. However, I continue to make monthly goals and look back over the ones previous while trying not to get too downhearted.
It's the start of a new month, so this is when I take stock of my monthly goals. Looking back on those from the previous month and creating new ones to move me forward.
For those who don't know, I stopped doing New Year's Resolutions and moved to doing monthly goals instead. These work so much better for me. I put up my monthly goals on my blog to help keep me focused and to give me some accountability to my readers.