Quarterly Goals

Hello everyone, it’s Thursday. Can you smell the weekend? I can’t wait for the weekend to start.

Today it is time to set new Quarterly Goals for April-Jun, I hope this time I will do better (much better). If you want to see how I did on my last Quarterly Goals, check it out here πŸ™‚

For this quarter I also have a lot of goals that I want to accomplish, a few more important than others, but nevertheless goals that I want to reach.

So, let’s start

  1. Write 250 pages (Come on Galit, I need to sit on my ass and write more. I can do this!).
  2. Edit on weekends.
  3. Write at least 8 blog posts a month.
  4. Change my blog theme and sidebar to what I’m working on now.
  5. Hold a giveaway (as I said in my last newsletter, it will be in June).
  6. Organize my blog.
  7. Clean up my twitter (again).
  8. Reach 750 followers on twitter πŸ˜‰
  9. Finish book reviews on time!
  10. Organize files on myΒ computer and hard drive (there are in a huge mess, lol).
  11. Buy a cover package.
  12. Hire an editor.
  13. Send out queries for T.E.L (already sent out 1).
  14. Read 3 to 4 books (not for reviews).
  15. Eat less junk food (must try at least, lol) πŸ˜‰
  16. Journal more often.
  17. Try to keep the house more suitable for humans (even in those stressful days, lol).
  18. Buy a new mattress (omg, I have to do this).
  19. Buy new frames (haven’t done this yet, lol).
  20. Date night with hubby (maybe even a game night) once a week ❀
  21. Follow blogs and social media stats.
  22. Drink more water!
  23. Post more on social media (writing and book-related pics).
  24. Make some changes to the newsletter (already started working on that).


So, these are my new Quarterly Goals, 24 goals for 3 months. Wow, I’m starting to have a panic attack here, but I can do this (right?).

I hope to accomplish at least half of them, if not more. I also hope to finish all my ‘Writer’s Goals’ by the end of June.


What are your goals for the new month/s? Don’t forget to set some goals for your project and keep them close to you, mine are on my phone on a widget (trust me, it helps).

Thank you so much for reading ❀

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22 thoughts on “Quarterly Goals

  1. I love lists. I have one too but not a quarterly one. It lists what I need to do for my book. Editing, cover art, editor, book blurb, etc. I find it really helps keep me organized but can be panic inducing as well. πŸ™‚

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  2. Haha, i find this cool. Normally i set goals myself too but on a daily basis. It is always good to have targets, makes success more easy – Cezane πŸ™‚

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      1. Interesting, do you aim to achieve these goals or surpass them, or depends on what they based on ? πŸ˜€

        i think achievement is success, surpassing is perfection.. Are you an idealist btw? i ask this because i find something quite similar on this matter – Cezane πŸ™‚

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        1. I am very Idealist and perfectionist, lol. Sadly there are some goals I’m still struggling with, but I can’t give up πŸ˜€ I try to accomplish them all and with my writing I try to achieve even more πŸ˜‰


  3. You have some great goals. I too am trying to drink more water. Strategies – 1). keep an insulated glass of ice water on my desk and when I leave home, take it with me in the car. 2). add sliced fruit or cucumber to my water so it is slightly flavored and repeat #1

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  4. I usually have monthly goals, but I love the idea of quarterly goals! It helps you spread out your goals more. πŸ™‚

    <a href=”http://www.katinabobina.com” target=”_blank”>— Katina Bobina

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  5. Wonderful quarterly goals chum, I love the fact you make a list of this on your blog as it’s so easy to reference back to!! You’ve inspired me with so many things I should really be getting on with myself – so many fun things to achieve and so little time to achieve them in (is my problem) hehehe XXXXXX

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