I am a bit excited for this post. 23 days into the Blogtober Challenge and I have not still missed a single day! Congratulations to me!
Today, I am to discuss my blogging goals for next year.
Let’s do some numbers before I get down into details.
I aim for at least…
…300 WordPress followers
…1000 Twitter followers
…500 Instagram followers
…1 award recognition
…1 magazine feature
…1 completed daily project
Quite ambitious if I do say so myself.
The numbers are easy. Let me discuss the last item about the daily project.
So, Blogtober inspired me and pushed me to my writing and management limits. I have written things that I did not think that I could think of in a span of five hours or less.
I like pushing myself so I’m going overboard and starting a 365 daily project starting 1 January 2016.
It is like there are too many signs. While in the midst of all the Blogtober chaos, I bought this book called Recharge Your Design Batteries. It is a nice book. Go check it out.
Then the other day, I saw this creative journal called 365: A Daily Creative Journal: Make Something Everyday And Change Your Life! by Noah Scalin.
He sounded familiar and so I scanned the pages to find out that he was the mastermind behind the Skull-a-Day project which was featured in that creativity book that I bought. I was already inspired by him then to push on with Blogtober but to find a journal that he actually wrote… I bought it in an instant.
So yeah, I’m going to do a daily project for a year. If Mr. Scalin chose skulls then I choose planes.
Why? I love to fly. I love the wind. I love the freedom.
And because I have already published my intention to create this project then I have no choice but to push on with it unless I want to be a laughing stock.
Honestly, I need all the help and support that I could get.
And since I am all about goals today then I might as well stretch it. By 2017, I am to publish my own book.
Oh God, please support and pray for my sanity. Hahahaha