With the new year coming in less than twenty-four hours I have really been thinking about what I want to accomplish in 2017. Most of my focus will be put into my blog; I want to gain more traffic, followers on likes on ALL of my social media accounts, as well as my blog itself. I have already been doing research to accomplish this task.
Also, I want to expand my business from JUST blogging, to offering my services as a virtual assistant. I have an Associates Degree in Applied Business Technology which applies to overall administrative duties and office management. I am still doing tons of research on how to begin building my dream while using my degree.
I have other goals for 2017, such as wanting to make a full-time income through my blog and offering my services. I hope to be able to quit my full-time job to pursue my passion.
If you would like, follow along in my journey from broke to making money online doing what I love.
Also! Feel free to share your goals for 2017!
Christmas is finally over, which means talk of New Years Resolutions are abundant. Everyone will be talking of hitting the gym, eating healthier, or trying to save money.
This year, I have decided to forego resolutions and I’m going to tell you why.
Far too many times I have seen people hitting the gym, eating healthy, or similar resolutions for only a few weeks and giving up because they aren’t seeing results.
I remember making resolutions, only lasting a month into the New Year. I grew tired of being *that* person. Instead, I have decided to make goals for myself. Smaller, attainable goals.
For example, I have set the goals of within a year, I want to make a full-time income through my services as a virtual assistant and my blog. That is my long term goal. Small time goals include within six months, I hope to find a new job, also that I want to perfect my skills as a VA (virtual assistant). In the next three months, I want to find my first client as a VA.
In the next few weeks, I plan to create a goal board. I will write a blog post along with the creation of the goal board.
Happly Holidays everyone!
Instead of a regular post, I thought I would just share a holiday related post.
I love the holidays. It just spreads so much joy through me. Spending time with family and friends is my favorite part!
I just wanted to share what I feel that the holiday season is all about. Although when you’re young, it’s all about the presents. Now that I have gotten older, I realize it’s about family. You get to see family you don’t get to see often. It’s about giving and not only giving gifts. My family and I always grab tags from Walmart for families in need and get gifts for them. It honestly makes me feel good knowing we can help others.
Take time and let your family members know you are grateful for them. Give if you are able. Spend time with your family.
Thank you for reading and enjoy your holidays!
I apologize for taking a two-week hiatus, I have been working on figuring out the ins and outs of using WordPress to help make this blog better for my viewers.
In the past two weeks I have come up with quite a few new ideas for upcoming blog posts, and I plan to work on a couple this weekend as I have some extra time off of work.
I have also rolled around the idea of creating an e-course. If you have any ideas, please feel free to comment below on what you would like the ecourse to be on.
Stay tuned for the new blog posts!