Blogging Resolutions

10 Jan

One of my New Year’s resolutions was to start a blog focusing on my writing.  Resolution accomplished!

It doesn’t end there, though, does it?

Much like eating healthy, exercising, and flossing, blogging and writing are habits that need to be ongoing.  That’s why it helps to set some concrete and tangible goals.

Here are my blogging goals:::

1.  Blog about writing at least once  a month.

2.  Blog about Greek identity, Greek culture, or Greece at least once a month.

3.  Update blog whenever I publish a new article elsewhere.

As I continue to think about my writing resolutions, I may need to develop a list of publishing goals as well, as writing and publishing are two separate beasts.

For now, though, it helps just to put down a few simple goals to get me started on the right track.  I plan to fine tune these goals and reevaluate them on a monthly, if not a weekly, basis.  Setting goals with time lines helps me actually achieve them as opposed to just thinking and dreaming about all my projects.

Perhaps I’ll write in next month about the progress of my resolutions.  Feel free to keep me accountable!

What are your writing resolutions?

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2 Responses to “Blogging Resolutions”

  1. Nitin Sharma June 1, 2011 at 12:59 am #

    Focus is the key! Because life provides so many distractions which seems important at the time. But at the end what count is the work we produced.

    Namaste!

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