Reflection And Goals Setting for 2019

I cannot believe that we are half way through 2019. This year is flying by and I still have so many things I want to make sure I am focusing on. I thought I would share my goals on my blog and by writing them down I am much more likely to hold myself accountable to achieving them.

Prints are from BujoBox (The Inspo Edition) full post here. 

The first 6 months of this year have been great. My family and I took a trip to Essex to see my little brother and his family, which was so much fun! I have had so many great opportunities and worked with some amazing brands especially throughout stationery week. I turned 28 at the start of the year, where I got to celebrate with my family and friends. I have seen some great shows in particular Hugh Jackman’s show which you can read here.

  1. Reach 11.5K on Twitter
  2. Reach 2K on my blog
  3. Continue to be consistent with my blogging schedule
  4. Continue with my bullet journal and become more creative with my layouts
  5. I would like to have started another creative project
  6. Continue with my physio and try to improve my pain and fatigue
Practising my lettering with different quotes, you can see other designs and the pens I use here

What has made you happy the first 6 months of 2019? What is one goal you would like to achieve by the end of 2019? I’d love to hear in the comments.

12 thoughts on “Reflection And Goals Setting for 2019

  1. These are brilliant goals! I’m hoping to get back into my gym schedule over the next 6 months, but in the first 6 months I was able to finish and pass all my first year exams at university which was brilliant news. I hope you have a brilliant next 6 months and finish the year on a high! xx
    El // Welsh Wanderer

  2. Wholesome, sound goals! I love that you aspire big and wish you all the luck in putting a big, beautiful check next to each of your goals by the end of the year.

    I dream small but am working on dreaming big and would love to reach 600 WordPress followers by the end of the month.

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