Monthly goals – June
There is something special about the new beginnings. Don’t you think? The first day after moving out to another place, the first day of the new year, etc. Even though I don’t believe that you have to necessary wait for those occasions to start something new, they are for sure good to stop for a moment, summarise what happened and see what’s next for you.
I used to write a series with my Monthly Goals on the blog and I really liked it, but for some reason, I stopped. And guess what, since today is the first day of the month, and as we established before, it is a good time for the new beginnings, I am back to the game.
You will find the list of my plans for this upcoming week below, but what I would really like to encourage you to do is to create a list on your own. You can do it in your notebook, in one of the programs on your computers or an app on your phone. I don’t care, if you can’t decide, you can also do it here in the comments below, if that will make you stop for a moment and think about what’s waiting for you next. In the end of the post, you will find a list of the reasons why this is a good idea, just if you are still a liiiiiiiittle hesitant.
Monthly goals – June:
- Exercise twice per week (min. 20 mins training)
- Write 4 blog posts
- Create a pdf about visual composition to share on my website
- Plan holidays
- Find about conversations and conveying messages
- Find a system to keep an eye on finances
- Find system for keeping track of new danish words that I learn
Do you have some monthly goals list? If not I am leaving you with some reasons why you can consider creating one:
- if you write them down, you are more likely to keep track of what you wanted to achieve
- they can be easily measured, since one can summarise in the end of the month what worked and what still requires some work
- they give a sense of urgency because of the strict deadline – we all know when the month is ending
- they help transforming actions into habits
- they can improve motivation if you decide to share your goals publicly