January 2019 Goals

Last Update: December 31, 2018

Last month I was able to accomplish the goals I set. Yea!

January 2019 will be more challenging for me because I’ll be adding another layer of responsibility to my routine. My father-in-law will be moving into our home in January. He’s in his 80s and lost his wife of 30+ years in April.

My goal for January is simply to maintain the productivity I’ve had for the last few months as I add the tasks of getting him settled in his new home and showing him around his new town.

In a month or two I’d like to increase my rate of adding new posts to my site. But for now I hope that by simply maintaining my current rate I can learn to juggle the family and work aspects of my new situation.

So for January 2019, my WA goals are:

  • Publish at least four blog posts over 1000 words on my website

  • Continue to increase my writing speed

  • Finish my current level of training on WA (Level 5). This will complete the training program.

  • Participate actively in the WA community (add helpful comments daily)

These are my monthly goals, and I’ll share my yearly goals soon!

Thanks so much for reading this and for the support, encouragement, and accountability it takes to succeed.

All the best,

Wendy

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NeptuneSiver Premium
Happy New Year
Dreams come true when desire Transforms them into Concrete action, Ask Life for great Gifts and you encourage life to deliver them to you.
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WendyMx Premium
I like what you're sharing. I believe there's definitely a mental/spiritual aspect to reaching goals.

Best wishes for a happy and prosperous 2019.
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NeptuneSiver Premium
Thank You
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ShihTzuSteve Premium
Hi, Wendy.
I just wanted to applaud you for taking in your father-in-law. Too many people wash their hands of such responsibility and put their parents into a home.
Yes, it’s more work for you but you will work out a new routine and fit everything in.
I wish you a happy and prosperous new year.
Steve.
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WendyMx Premium
Thanks for your kind words and support. I appreciate your confidence in my being able to make things work.
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ECV82 Premium
Wendy,

Good luck. Elder parents are a lot of work.

Ellen
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WendyMx Premium
Thanks for your support, Ellen!
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fontash Premium
Hey Wendy,
Happy New Year to you and yours!! Best wishes in the upcoming year with this change in your home, and bless you for keeping family first. It is very possible to have both, a healthy happy family and a rewarding successful business. It just takes planing, which it sounds like you have a total handle on. I look forward to your future posts and reading of your successes in both areas.
Cheers,
Sherri
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WendyMx Premium
Hi Sherri,
Thanks for your kind and wise words of encouragement. Best wishes for a happy and prosperous 2019!
All the best,
Wendy
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Talk2Ray Premium
Sounds like you have a handle on this Wendy. Hoping for all the best for you in 2019.
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WendyMx Premium
Hi Raymond,

Your confidence in my inspires confidence in myself. Thank you!

Likewise, best wishes for a happy and prosperous 2019!

All the best,
Wendy
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