May The Goals Be Completed
Hello, all! It’s the day you have long waited for…Goal Post Day.
But before we get to the main event, we’re going to take a look back at April’s goals.
—Participate in and (if possible) win Camp NaNoWriMo
Well, I did this. I both participated in and won April’s Camp session. My goal was set at 25,000 words because I foolishly believed that might be enough words to get me to the end of my WIP, Full Circle (Book 3 of my fantasy series).
Yeah. It wasn’t.
So I’m not feeling particularly like I actually accomplished anything here, but I did technically complete the goal.
—Figure out April’s monthly marketing attempt and, you know, do it
I think I did this. I don’t know if it exactly counts as marketing, but I asked my social media followers to choose a number corresponding to pages in my current WIP (Full Circle), then shared snippets of the scenes on the chosen pages.
Thank you to everyone who helped me out with this experiment, by the way. It’s much appreciated.
—Read a book
I’m not sure, but I think I may have read two. Look at me go!
—Walk at least three miles every day
I slacked off a couple of days, especially toward the end of the month, but my daily average is still decent. I logged nearly 122 miles in April, for an average of just over 4 miles per day.
Now for something completely different…May’s goals!
Sure, they may look pretty much identical to April’s goals, but that’s only because I am really not great at actually completing projects.
—Finish the first draft of Full Circle
Because it STILL isn’t done. And I’m super happy about that. (Narrator: She was, in fact, NOT happy about that.)
—Figure out May’s marketing attempt and, you know, do it
Anyone want to do this one for me? I’m just so tired. And also, I really hate marketing in any form.
—Walk at least three miles a day
Because everything else about my lifestyle is incredibly unhealthy.
How about you? Do you have any goals for the merry month of May?
Thanks for stopping by, all! Stay safe and well!