My favourite British blogger (though she’s a Kiwi) Kate Spiers writes a monthly goals blog post + I love reading hers so I thought I’d adopt her tradition from her blog Kate La Vie to do my own rendition.
As I write this, five months have passed since we evacuated from Russia and landed back at our holiday home here in Drobak (a beach town outside of Oslo). And life couldn’t look more different.
For the better part of a year, I simply abandoned all my efforts towards my business. I’m not sure if it was a lack of motivation or a desire to live + enjoy expat life / motherhood. I often felt guilty for wasting the investments I’d made.
Fast forward to this season of life, I now understand + am thankful for that break. It has allowed me to fully come into my own. Truthfully, nothing much has changed from my previous vision.
My programs remain the same – the offers, what I desire to bring to market. But my approach to life and business is drastically different.
So here are my September Goals:
- To launch my website + everything it entails – our free monthly guides, our Savour Your Selfish newsletter + our shop. My Tech Partner, Kirsten of Aspen Theory deserves a shout out for this.
- Complete the design and build of The Female Career Revolution course – it’s truly my second baby, a work of both art + science.
- Continue to prioritise my routines – wake up at 5.30am, work out 5x a week, journal daily with my water + lemon, read and be fully present when parenting.
- Design a Digital Declutter Plan + implement it – I feel disorganised when I look at my Documents on my MacBook and the state of my Google drive. I’ve now almost got my Notion to a state of peace + calm so the next step is to mirror the same order across all digital outlets.
- To see + enjoy more of Oslo and Norway during these last months of our time here before we move to Houston. There’s so much to explore + experience but sometimes I feel we get stuck in our daily, comfortable grind.
It’s the height of Summer so I’m crossing my fingers for more hot + beach worthy days to read and day dream. You can take the girl out of Singapore but you can never take the island out of this girl.
Plus having watched The Summer I Turned Pretty on Amazon Prime, I now am determined to beach more often.