Fall Goals

Thursday, September 04, 2014

I have many goals for September and October, so I've combined them as my fall goals, which in part includes getting ready for National Novel Writing Month. It's less than 2 months away and I can't wait.

emoticon Here are my goals for Fall emoticon

emoticon Organize:
Apartment and belongings - My mess is mostly just unorganized stuff. So need to get it all organized and put in appropriate locations: paperwork, clothes, etc. Get rid of some, donate some and put in better spots for the rest. Would make cleaning easier too.
Pictures - Cat ones need scanned and combined onto cds. I also need to write on the backs of all the other pictures I have that are mine for when I can't remember who and such anymore.

emoticon Write:
Finish novel draft
Write a couple stories
Query letter

emoticon Edit:
TT needs the final edit done
Standing Ground needs started with the edit
Adult novels need rewrite or edits, but those will wait for other decisions

emoticon Blog:
Post in blogs
I need to write several posts in advance, have like a blog day or two a month, then schedule them so other days I can comment on people's blogs.

emoticon World Build:
Need to prepare for NaNoWriMo by world building Epic Fantasy.

emoticon Exercise:
Walk 2 miles once a week, starting out, and increase activity from there.

emoticon Health:
Watch calories consumed and track
Lose 10 lbs by NaNoWriMo (aka November)

I have a lot going but hopefully can make some good achievements for the first couple months after turning 30. Gonna make some big steps to head towards some major life goals, or that is the plan.
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    Great list of goals.

    I should do something similar.
    Thanks for the nudge!
    1814 days ago
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