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Its February now and the further we get away from January 1st the harder it is to keep to the resolutions we made at the beginning of the year. I find that when breaking down major goals into smaller ones that fit into specific time frames makes them more realistic and easier to accomplish. I've also found that telling people about your goals makes you more determined to accomplish them because these people, directly or indirect, hold you accountable. That's why I want to use this segment to break up my new year's resolutions into manageable smaller goals and hopefully by the end of the year everything will be achieved. I invite you to join me by commenting about your goals at the end of the post. I shall do this segment every week and try to let you know how the week went in the following week's post. I hope that we can achieve all we've set out to do together. :)
So over the next month I will:
♥ Write an approximately 50,000 word novel.
♥ Do something new and exciting on my blog (wait for it darlings).
♥ Become good friends with some people in my classes.
♥ Find scholarships and apply for them. I need them for next year.
♥ Improve in my spiritual life.
♥ Work on my music. That demo won't record itself. Good news: My voice and piano teachers have promised to help me!!! I'm going to record one in particular for my voice class.
Photo from: Sabino
Over the next week I will:
♥Write at least 2 chapters of my book.
♥Start the surprise on my blog.
♥Post out my acceptance letter to the National Society for College Scholars (I got the letter yesterday!!!). Scholarships and discounts here I come!!!
♥Go for Catholic Center Retreat, and deeply reconnect with my faith.
♥Practice my singing and piano playing everyday for at least an hour.
♥Form study groups with lovely people in my classes.
I'm taking the big leap into the unknown. Will you take it with me?
P.S. So let me know what you think.What are your new year's resolutions, goals or aims? Have you begun work on them? What will you do this week and month? Feel free to let me know in the comments below.