Every year I make a list of goals I want to achieve. But in 2016 I’m doing something different. Instead of setting yearly goals I end up forgetting about, each month I’ll pick three to focus on and that means a better chance of actually accomplishing them.
Before I share my goals, I want to give credit to Catherine and Rachel – go check out their blogs, they’re some of my absolute favorites! – because I stole this idea from them. I always enjoy reading monthly goals posts for some reason so I was inspired to start my own series. Besides sharing with you my goals, I will also keep you updated on how they’re going and if I actually achieve them or not.
3 Goals for January
1 | Move from Blogger to WordPress.
I’ve been thinking about this for quite a while. I think blogger is a great platform and it has been the home of my blogs since I started blogging years ago but I think it’s time to move on. I want to take my Notes from Joana more seriously, not only when it comes to content creation but also in terms of design and Blogger is a bit limited when it comes to that. That being said, I’m planning on moving to a self-hosted platform this month – hopefully I won’t shut down the blog by accident, fingers crossed!
2 | Declutter my laptop.
I’m the worst at accumulating trash in my laptop and don’t even get me started on the crazy amount of tabs open right now because it’s embarrassing. The situation is getting worse because my laptop has been complaining about lack of space so it really needs an intervention asap. I need to organize photos, documents, limit the number of tabs open down to 7 maximum and turn off my laptop instead of pausing it for a few days in a row.
3 | Create a vision board.
I had challenged myself to create a vision board with long-term goals back in november after watching this video but only managed to buy the white board. This month I want to work on that because I really believe that visualizing your dreams is important to make them a reality: “what you focus on expands”.
Do you have any goals for January?