Fresh Start to 2013

Image of a modern fountain pen writing in curs...

Image of a modern fountain pen writing in cursive script. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here’s hoping 2013 will be a better year. I’m recharged and planning to leave the past in the past. I’m ready to make a fresh start in 2013. This will mean some changes, so please be patient with me.

I will be playing around with my blog a little(already changed the theme today). Just trying some new things out. Will take some time till I get things comfortable and sorted out. It’s like rearranging furniture.

I’m trying to motivate myself as well, so I guess creating some goals are the way to go. I’ve given this some thought. I did try to make sure I have realistic goals, so I don’t set myself up for failure. A big part of being realistic is knowing I have a bit of a chaotic life most of the time. Without further adieu, here are the goals…

Writing Goals for 2013 :
(will be doing more writing than this, but it’s a start)
1. Blog twice a week(continued from 2012-failed last year 😦 )

2. Read 2 books per month

3. Complete the 100k in 100 days Challenge(read more about over at Quiller’s Place or 100k in 100 days facebook group)

4. Find and join a local writer’s group

5. Finish poetry book

6. Work on revamping blog a bit

Feel free to share your thoughts and maybe some of your goals for 2013… 🙂

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Vikki (The View Outside)
    Jan 01, 2013 @ 23:20:41

    Good luck honey!

    Xx

    Reply

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  3. sherriepalmer
    Jan 11, 2013 @ 20:03:43

    If you can’t find a local writing group, start one of your own! I wish you the best on all of your goals.

    Reply

  4. Elaine Cougler
    Jan 17, 2013 @ 13:30:37

    Way to go, Sabrina. One thing I do to keep moving forward with my goals is to make sure I do one thing each day. It can be tiny or huge but most days I make it. Good luck with you list!

    Reply

  5. Elaine Cougler
    Jan 17, 2013 @ 13:31:39

    Oops! ‘with your list’, I mean.

    Reply

  6. liz blackmore
    Jan 29, 2013 @ 00:21:50

    Good job on goal setting Sabrina! Elaine has a good idea, and with a bit of motivation, you will succeed! p.s. don’t call the carry-overs are failures!!

    Reply

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