Wow, a month flies by so quickly…
It seems like I’ve been in this for so long…
Anyway, let’s get to business! 😀 What were my May goals, and what have I done with them.
Like I said in one of my previous blog posts (Bullet Journal) there is a specific way in which I set my goals, and that is like it has already happened.
- I have 10 Blog Followers
- I have connected Mailchimp with my wordpress
- I have figured out how to insert my signature at the end of every post
- I have written all of my ‘Book of the month’ posts for a whole year
- I have researched new ideas and added them to the June Goals list
- Future posts for June are written and scheduled
As you can see, everything is set and accomplished 😀
Now, many things that I wanted to do in June, ended up accomplished in May – I didn’t list them here, because they are not that relevant and weren’t on my primary list. What I want to say is that you don’t have to be strict with just the goals that you’ve set. It’s okay that you go an extra mile. If you enjoy it – go for it. It should be that way.
Like, I had 6 goals for May, now I have more than 15 goals for June – and I’m sure that the list is going to grow even more. Play with your creativity – after all, life is too short to play it save and for you to do things that don’t get you excited. It’s 10 past midnight here and I’m writing this post (and I have many more ideas on my mind). This is what doing what you love is like. Even though you are tired, you just enjoy what you’re doing – it relaxes your mind.
This is a beginners blog and a tale of my amateur road to success. Yes, I make mistakes, yes my content isn’t ‘Dalai Lama Wisdom’, yes I get insecure at times, yes I question everything…But, I keep reminding myself, I’m at the beginning. Of course that nothing will be perfect – but I strive it to be as useful to you guys as I can. That should count – effort. Accepting that we don’t know everything – but we are willing to learn. Many things won’t work out in the beginning. And that’s OK. We try again tomorrow. We look for other things that will make more sense. Embrace that you are an amateur – it gives you a much greater advantage that the one that an expert has – willingness to learn is much as you can.
Embrace every new step and every error. It only makes you stronger and smarter. 🙂
Strive to be better than you were yesterday.
If I can help you in any way, you know that you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Talk to you guys soon. 🙂