…how well did I do?
Before we start, allow me to wish you an amazing new year! I will take some time to review my year 2015 and set goals for 2016 in a later post, but for now, let’s see how well – or not – I did last month. As I already explained, I knew it would be difficult for me to work on my goals during the holidays, and since I was to leave for Paris on December 21st, I set goals for the first three weeks of December. Let’s see which one(s) I met… Continue reading
…with hopes and goals for December
Last month’s report was the first one to have charts showing my progress throughout October. I thought they turned out great and would love to do some for November as well, but they took me forever and I don’t have as much time to dedicate to today’s post. Maybe I’ll add them later, though. Anyway, on to report #04… Continue reading
…with hopes and goals for November
This report was so much better than the previous two that I thought I would celebrate with a few charts! October wasn’t all good – in fact, it was almost a complete disaster when it comes to work – but saw some great improvement, especially on the health front. Also, my partner came back. I keep writing it, it’s annoying, but I still can’t believe it! Anyway, let’s take a look at October… And don’t worry, I intend to go back to more diverse blogging soon.
…with hopes and goals for October
In short: generally better than last month, but not there yet. It feels like six months have passed since I started this project, so it’s good to realise that it has only been two months to put things in perspective. In only achieved two of my goals, but I got to know myself a bit better, which gives me hope for next month. I can do this. I can do this. I can do this…
…with hopes and goals for September
After reading my last weekly report, my partner insisted that I make a monthly report, so here it is! I won’t take much time to comment it as I feel like I have already written enough in the weekly reports and this was my first month gathering data. I look forward to comparing it to September’s report next month!