2021 Blog and Personal Goals

I thought about posting a 2020 recap, but really didn’t want to relive that.

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Like everyone, my 2020 goals didn’t go as planned. Being an “essential” worker and stress from work didn’t help. I was sick/injured for a good chunk of the first half of the year, possibly had Covid, bronchitis, numerous back problems, and the rest of the year was just “meh.”

But, before I talk about what I hope to accomplish, there are a few good things I wanted to mention from 2020.

  • my blog had its most viewed year ever: 32,397
  • my family rescued and adopted three kittens
  • I got my health back on track in June
  • overall, survived the year

Blog & Writing Goals

  • publish my book
  • move my blog from WordPress to Siteground
  • post 1-2x a week
  • create an author’s website
  • engage with other bloggers more

Personal Goals

  • continue to get fit and stronger
  • ideally, I’d like to get down to a size 6
  • pay off a credit card that’s been torturing me for years
  • read, at least, two books a month
  • get a new car
  • get a new tattoo
  • donate my hair (I’ve been growing it out since last February)
  • meditate 3-4x a week to start and hopefully up it
  • continue to be pescatarian/vegetarian most of the week
  • track my finances
  • finally go somewhere other than work/appointments when I feel safe enough/get vaccinated
  • learn sign language

I’m sure plans/goals will change as the year goes on, but that’s what I’m starting with.

I’m ready to blog again as I took unexpected time off and only posted a couple of times these last few months. However, the start of the year always has a motivating feeling to it.

Good luck to everyone and their goals and if you don’t have any, I still hope you have a great year. x

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3 thoughts on “2021 Blog and Personal Goals

  1. Cee Arr @ Dora Reads says:

    Me: why does she wanna get down to a size 6? That’s tiny!
    Me: Oh, wait, she’s American
    Me: What’s an American size 6 in UK sizes?
    Me: *Googles*
    Me: Oh a 10! See, that’s way more sensible (depending on body type, ofc.)

    …One day I will read a blogpost of yours and not have a culture-clash moment, lol.

    Congrats on surviving 2020 and finding some positives! πŸ™‚ Uber-important ❀

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    • quibblesandscribbles says:

      LOL I didn’t even think about the differences. To be honest, I don’t know if my body could get smaller than that but I feel it’s a healthy size.

      Thank you so much for reading and yes, one day it will happen πŸ˜„β€

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