Back when the year first started, I wrote a post about my goals for the year. If you don’t remember it, you can take a look at it here.
Being that it is June which is halfway through the year, I wanted to touch base with those goals and hold myself accountable to them. And also provide you all some transparency :)
Back in January I had 242 followers. Six months later, I have 302 followers. My 2019 goal is to get 500 followers and I still plan on keeping that goal.
However, I know that I haven’t been putting in the effort or time to build that follower count, nor I have been posting twice a week or even books for that matter.
Instagram is still an abyss for me. But I am doing something right, so I just need to keep it up.
Motif by Tanya Goals
Back in January I had 152 followers. Now I have 327 followers! Super hype about this! Like you do not understand, I began engaging more on Twitter and blog hopping and joining chats and people started following. I am super happy with this.
The goal is still 500 followers. But now as compared to January, I feel like I can actually reach this goal.
If nothing else I have done a fantastic on Twitter this year. This statement still stands because in January I had 569 followers and now I am at 918 followers. And these followers are fairly active, so I am super pumped about that. My goal has changed. Instead of 1000, I want 1500 by the end of the year. The plan is to do a book giveaway when I hit that goal.
I had made mention that I wanted to read 3 books that I already own before I buy any new reads. Welp that did not work in the least. So that is out the window. *shrugs*
Beyond my bookish life, there are personals that I am still working on. There has been a lot of turning points in this six months and one thing I learn is consistency is everything and once that is gone it is so hard to get it back. But sometimes all it takes is deciding that you need to do it to get the ball rolling.
For anyone going through the motions with their goals,
Seriously, you can.
“Sometimes progress comes inchmeal, but progression is progression”- Friend