March means it’s Spring. Well not yet technically but it does mean we’re switching to my Spring colour palette now. (it’s my favourite colour palette I think) Anyhoo, goals, goals and GOALS. If you wanna see how my February goals went, as well as how my month went checkout Monthly Rewind: Februaryfor all the details.
Let’s see what goals I’m setting myself this month shall we? Grab a cuppa, sit back and read on to find out!
How is it February already? I feel like January didn’t even happen, where did January go. It disappeared along with my carefully laid plans to be scheduled ahead and I’d like it back please, I’m not ready for February. Well, the month of love as I call it, anyhoo today I’m going to share with you my goals for February. Along with a recap of my yearly goals.
If you want to find out how I did on my January Goals, check out the Monthly Rewind: January post, where I share how I got on.
It’s the New Year. Pretty crazy if you ask me haha, I mean where the hell did 2018 go? Still, with the New Year sparks many of us setting goals, resolutions that we vow to stick by. Only to forget about them a week later….in my Yearly Rewind 2018 post, I shared with you all my yearly goals. Today, I’m going to be sharing with you my goals for this month.
I decided that along with my yearly goals, which I’ll put in each monthly goals post. I’d also set myself monthly goals, these goals are split into Blog, Writing, Reading and Personal goals.
Ahem, *shuffles papers nervously* so I actually am a sentimental person. I mean I kept my secondary school books for 2 years, in case I wanted to look back on them later in life. Pfft I got rid of them a few weeks ago, cause it’s time to get rid of things I won’t use or need. BUT I want to say thank you to these book bloggers, who made my 2018 that little bit brighter.
I’m coming at you with something very exciting, it’s something I’d been seriously considering for a while now. Now though, I know roughly what I’d love to be able to do and that requires your guys’ help.
I’m not sure if you’ve heard of Ko-Fi before; simply it’s a way to give donations to creators for their work. I recently set up a page on there and I have plans to hopefully invest in getting Ko-Fi Gold to test out and see if that can help me, and in the long term my fellow book bloggers, out.