Goals for May 2018

MY April 2018 GOALS WERE:

MONTHLY:

  • Business planning for the rest of year - plan out product launches for the rest of the year
  • Continue Mastermind - working on new content to focus on
  • Catch up on Society for Creative Founders Courses all caught up, yay!
  • Create new greeting cards - in progress
  • National Letter Writing Month challenge on Instagram - you can read more about how it went here

WEEKLY:

  • Blog post - 5 overall - so proud of accomplishing this goal
  • Cook dinner - 1x a week - did not cook at all, excpet for making breakfast and lunches for work
  • Social Media plan for a week - did a great job planning out my social media posts on Sunday afternoons/evenings
  • Continue to clean my room - I have gotten rid of so much stuff! I still have more to clean, but it's important to take small steps.

DAILY:

  • Prayer - daily devotional and Psalm study
  • Lunch break - took more lunch breaks than I have in the past
  • Abs - started working my abs. Definitley improving my strength
  • Walk - did not because it was too cold

My May goals using my  Powersheets . You can get a six-month goal planner  here .

My May goals using my Powersheets. You can get a six-month goal planner here.

 

MY May 2018 GOALS ARE:

I am trying to keep things light this month because I have a TON of work to do at my full-time job. I can start picking up more goals next month.

MONTHLY:

  • Continue Mastermind

  • Catch up on Society for Creative Founders Courses

  • Work on summer product lunch

  • Update personal portfolio

  • Visit both of my grandmothers

WEEKLY:

  • Check finances

  • Continue to clean my room

  • Blog posts - 3 of them

  • Social Media plan

DAILY:

  • Prayer

  • Lunch break (during the work week)

  • Abs

  • Walk

  • Teeth whitening

I'll let you know at the beginning of June how my May goals went. I haven't included everything for my goals in this blog post because some are too personal to share. What are some of your goals for the month?

 
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