February Check In Plus March Goals

Well, friends, another month has flown by, and here we are, already six days into March! This past week I’ve been battling a nasty cough and cold which means I have basically accomplished nothing for the past few days and I am way behind. Bleh. Not a great way to start the month. I’m feeling a little bit better, and I know I gotta get back on the horse so that March is not totally lost for me! Before getting to my March goals, here’s a recap of how my February went (and I’m blaming my total lack of goal completion on the fact that it was a short month…):

February Mini Goals and Priorities:

–Put together my media kit. Nope. Still didn’t happen. Maybe this month?

–Contact hotel’s for Sister’s bachelorette party I actually did finish this task, only to have plans change.

–Organize tax info I made some tax progress, but I am not done yet, so still gotta work on this.

–Read four books. Check!

–Write 10k words in my novel Nope. Only knocked out about 4k. All in all, it was an uninspiring month for me, writing wise.

February’s Social Media Goals:

Instagram: 14k        Facebook: 450        Twitter: 2k        Pinterest: 10k

Ugh, so after killing it in January on social media, I took a big hit this month and only met my Instagram goal. Here are my numbers as of today (which is technically already into March, but it still counts!):

Instagram: 14.2k       Facebook: 401       Twitter: 1845       Pinterest: 8485

Not such a great month, but time to move on and focus on March!

March Mini Goals and Priorities:

–Book at least two weddings

–Read five books

–Write 10k words in my novel

–Finish organizing tax info

–Make some time for relaxing as April is the beginning of wedding season

March’s Social Media Goals:

Instagram: 14.4k      Facebook: 450      Twitter: 2000      Pinterest: 10k

Here’s hoping this past week’s setback is the only for this month! Time to move forward and kick some March butt!

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