Just one month ago I set myself 101 goals to complete within 1001 days. Some goals are long term and require financial input and others are simply things I can do on a rainy day. I’ve had a roller coaster month and I am still working really hard to fix myself so I took on a few nice, easy goals to begin with.
11. Write a letter to myself to open at the end of the 1001 days
I figured this to be a nice easy one to start with as I’d not long set out my goals. I found this really satisfying to write and I’m really looking forward to reading it back with my future wisdom and achievements. I’ll be sharing this on libfem in the not too distant future.
34. Get my follower count on Instagram to 1000
I’ve had Instagram for around four years now but around 18 months ago I reset my profile and deleted every picture on there. It’s taken me a while to build up a library of photos but I was only on around 400 followers until very recently where I started using popular tags and sharing my Instagram link on other social networks. I’ve been liking tons of photos and commenting a lot too. I’m now on over 2000 followers and aiming for 5000 by the end of this challenge.
36. Create a Facebook page for LibFem
As you may have seen, I’ve not only (finally) created a Facebook page for LiberalFemocrat but I’ve also linked it up to my homepage so you can click through and like the page from here. It still needs a little work but I’m glad I’ve finally got one set up.
44. Find a wicked editorial planner
Earlier in the year my mum bought me a pair of pug shaped salt & pepper shakers which sadly, I already own. I returned them to SET and used half the £20 they cost to buy this cute as hell planner by Busy B which I’d previously seen on Amazon. It has plenty of space for notes, tasks and planning out blog posts. Cannot wait to start using this in January!