And that’s exactly what I’ve been doing lately -ACTING on my dreams and goals.
One of the words I had deemed in My Three Word Goals for 2011 was ACTION. I have so much I want to get done and I’m sick of talking about it – I’m focusing on ACTING on them.
What are those goals, you ask?
Get a job. I’ve been actively filling out applications. I had an interview for one job, but I wasn’t picked, unfortunately. (Or fortunately. It might have been a blessing in disguise, quite honestly). I’ve worked at home for the past seven years and I’m ready to get back out into the working world and do something different. I don’t have anything specific in mind, I’m keeping my options open, but I’m just ready to put myself back out into the working world and be productive once again.
Expand my website business. I build websites for schools (I’m super cheap because we all know schools don’t have a lot of money). I’ve been doing it for the past six years and LOVE it. Even though I don’t charge that much, that’s okay, I look at more as my way of giving back to the community.
My writing. I’ve talked about getting published for YEARS (actually DECADES) now, it’s time to do something about it. I’m currently participating in Script Frenzy (only I’m being a rebel, along with many others, and treating it as more of a National Novel Writing Month challenge and writing a novel instead of a script), along with pouring over possible writing markets to see where else I might submit my writing. I’ll get something published, (other than my blog, of course), mark my words.
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And I’ve bitten off more than I can chew – again.
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