Here are my goals for the month of April:
- Celebrate Dad’s birthday.
- Complete Camp NaNoWriMo, April 2020.
- Hang photos in my office.
- Re-organize the filing system.
- Clean out the cabinet above the oven.
- Spring clean my closet, top to bottom.
- Drop off thrift store donations.
- Purchase new glasses.
- Finish the book I’m reading, and publish the review.
- Start a new writing prompt series.
- Commit to less screen time, especially in the evenings.
What about you? Do you have any goals for the month of April? Let me know in the comments!
Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂
Good to set goals during this time. Hope your Dad enjoys. his birthday. My son has a milestone birthday coming up in April. He won’t have envisaged celebrating during lockdown, but that won’t stop us celebrating him.
Thank you! I hope your son has a good birthday, too. We called my dad, and that helped.
My goal is to survive. This has been a very difficult ordeal for me. I’m normally a social introvert, I need a balance between doing things with friends and alone time, and with COVID-19 my life went from one extreme to the other with no time to prepare for it emotionally. I also had a very difficult 2019, and I was looking forward to a lot of things coming up in the next few months (the end of basketball season, the start of baseball season, a concert I have tickets to, the Spring Picnic), and now that’s all gone with no return to normal life in sight. I hope you’re doing ok.
I’m glad you commented. I’m sorry things have been so difficult! I think a lot of people thought 2020 was going to be better than 2019. It’s not starting out that way, but I think things will improve, eventually. As for me, thank you for asking. I’m doing better now. Originally, my extroverted side was devastated, angry, and frustrated. I’ve made my peace. Working from home has gotten better every day, with surprise benefits. I’m fortunate to stay healthy and stay in touch with loved ones. Take care!
I definitely have a lot to be thankful for, considering how others are doing, and there are some definite positives to not going to work every day.
Exactly. The “for-now normal” is difficult for many, but there’s a lot of good things, too.
I’ve my birthday coming up in a few days time. And when is your dad’s birthday?
I hope you have a Happy Birthday! My dad’s was yesterday – The 3rd. We called him and sang to him.
Oh that’s nice! And thank you Laura!
You’re welcome. Also, I go by Laura Beth.
Have a great day Laura Beth!
You do the same!
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