4. Find New Ways To Socialize
Living alone is the best thing and worst thing all at once. Not to mention I also kind of cut my circle of friends down to next to none – so I’ve got some new friends to make. I’m planning to attend more meet-ups and possibly start my own meet-up for folks in the South Metro ATL area.
5. Sticking To A Daily Schedule
For as long as I can remember I wanted to work from home. I had no idea that it would come in the form of my full-time job offering me a complete remote position – talking about dumb luck, right? I also didn’t realize how much time I would have my on my hands. I’ve made a list of things I want to accomplish each day that will get me closer to reaching all of the major goals in this post. Some things on this list include daily meditation, sticking to a healthy diet, working out, and practicing my coding skills.
6. Revamp My Wardrobe
I’ve never really been that great at shopping for every day items. I legit have the hardest time trying to find things to wear on the few days I have to go into the office or go out casually with friends. Every time I shop for clothing it’s usually a special occasion. I’m planning to add more basics and timeless pieces to my wardrobe.
7. Grow My Email List
This year my email list started with just 23 subscribers. Currently, I’m a little over 400 subscribers. My goal is to end the year with at least 1500 subscribers. I feel like I can easily achieve this goal by consistently adding valuable freebies to my Freebie Library and pin like a mad woman on Pinterest. Oh well- we shall see!