It's kind of funny how doing this in the middle of the month has really made me change what my goals and wishes are for the month, it's really interesting to see how things change even in just a few small weeks.
1, Finish my new drawings.
2. Blog Each week and be more active in the planner community.
3. Make my dashboards/washi cards to sell.
4. Open my etsy shop.
I am trying to work very hard this month to step out into the planner community as a seller and as someone who is well known.
I will begin with doing more reviews and I am starting a monthly advice collumn to help those who have some issues getting some help planning. After all, without help, I wouldn't be where I am either.
I have also included my weekly tips in my intstagram. I will also hopefully be sharing my planner and such in videos as I am hoping to dive into that media as well.
A wonderful friend of mine helped to create some new inserts for me. Some that I hope will be more beneficial. They are not for commercial sale as the ones on the right belong to RogueCrusade on etsy and by no means do we want to steal her idea.
I love these inserts because they have given me all I need to help me keep focused on my day to day life.
For project and blog planning I changed up my system and made it much simpler as shown above.
In the last month I was writing down so much in the month and it was excessive because I would also be doing the same thing in my blog planner. So what I did was use my Masking Stickers and Martha Stewart Dew Drops to show exactly what each project/blog is and which days I will be focusing on thatg. Of course it's just a basic look and not all I am working on.
I find if I give myself one big goal to complete, I am in a much better place then if I try and mircomanage each little detail in my days. I need flexibility in my life.
So this is just the basic look into my goals and what I want to get done this month. It's overdue as I have said but I wanted to have it posted because I have been told there is interest into looking at it. ! =)
Thanks again my Hobbits!