Putting Planning into Practice

I need to get my focus on.

I’ve learned so many wonderful things from Blogging U and other bloggers and it’s time I actually make that knowledge useful.

So I’m going to use December to ramp up to 2015; get all my ducks in a row; cross my t’s and dot my i’s; and whatever other cliche’s that suggest I’m going to buckle down and get serious.


I did not complete my editorial calendar challenge.  I will complete that by the end of the month.  I know it will be a great exercise and will enable me to hone in on what I really want to say here.  Oh, don’t worry there will still be randomness but it will wrapped in the comfort of continuity by design.

I need a few more goals; achievable, writing and blogging focused goals.  Any ideas?  How did you gain your focus?  Or did you know what you wanted to say before you sat down to the keyboard?  Do you have a weekly feature? How did you come up with it?

I restarted my blog mostly to create a writing habit and a bit to bang out a lot of stuff in my head.  That way I could actually make time to work on my story. What I’ve found though is it is providing me the opportunity every day to remind myself that I love to write.  No matter what else is going, I’ve always got this.


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