Thursday, December 30, 2010

My 2011 Blog Goals


Yes, I call them goals.

There is something about the word resolution that drives me nuts. Maybe it's just too much for me to handle? not sure, but I do know that the word goals makes me feel comfy cozy and confident!


1. Read on my own time.
I see people with the goal to "read more". Well you know what? I'd love to say that. However how will I know if I have time to read more? Why beat myself up for not having time. Instead I WILL say that I want to read whenever the need strikes me and I have free time. No feeling bad for being "lazy". Reading I shall do!

2. Post, or not.
It seems that I always chastise myself when I don't post, even though it rarely ever happens. I'll be out having a fabulous time and suddenly realize *gasp* I didn't post! Then I feel guilty. Why? I don't get paid. This is just something I love. You know how many days I've missed in the last 8 months? 10. Yes 10. From now on I shall post, or not.

3. Comment MORE.
Yes, I love to leave comments! However my feed reader fills up and I get lazy skimming over the posts. From now on I am going to stick to only reading a few blogs every day and try to leave more posts. Which brings me to:
       3a. Clean out my feed reader.
       Self explanatory really. It's been packed forever. Time for cleaning!

4. Promote my blog design.
It makes me happy to design blogs that people fall in love with! I want to do much more of that this year.

5. Put myself out there more often.
For help, to make new friends, to give advice. Whatever people may need or want I am making it a mission for myself to be out there and available! If there is a better feeling than helping someone else out, I really don't know what it is.


So there you have it!

Yes, I put a lot of thought into these. I tend to stick to general things because the sense of accomplishment is so much motivation for me. Everything else will fall into place when these things are worked on :).

What are your goals?


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