Tuesday 2 January 2018

Goals For 2018

Happy New Year! I know this post is up a little later than expected, but it's better late than never, right? I feel like 2017 whizzed by and I've just been thrown into January, but I'm making the most of the fresh start to set some new goals and get working on them. From blogging targets to a long-term to-do list, here are my 2018 goals. 

Make More Friends | I know this isn't one you can necessarily control, but I want to make more effort with the friends I already have and I would like to make new ones too! I overthink and get very nervous about talking to someone I haven't spoken to before, but I want to try and get over that this year as much as I can. I think it's easy to feel lonely whatever age, so a friend is always welcomed. 

Reach 10k On Two Platforms | I wasn't going to put a number goal down because it seems a tad superficial (and unlikely), but I'm going to say it anyway. I'd love to reach 10k on two platforms because I feel like these would be huge milestones for myself and my blog. 

Get Out More | As someone who works from home, I can get a serious case of cabin fever if I don't get out and although I'm a huge homebody, I would love to make more of an effort to get out the house more often. Whether that's on my bike an extra day a week or to go out for drinks, I'd like to try and make the most of the next 12 months. I'd also love to travel to more places this year, maybe even on another city break and to the countryside too. 

Try More Food | As a notorious fussy eater, I'm quite known for turning down new foods, but in 2017 that all changed and becoming vegetarian really helped me to try more foods. Olives, blue cheese and chickpea curry's were all on the menu and I want to continue my sudden urge to try new cuisines in the new year too. 

Anti-Save | This is probably the last thing you'd expect to see on a to-do list, but I want to spend less time saving for things that 'might' happen and spend it more on myself. This doesn't have to just be materialistic possessions, but on more weekends away, experiences and travelling. 

What would you like to achieve in 2018? 

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