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  1. I hit a few. Nothing like you have done. I read a lot of books but I didn’t count them. I did NaNoWriMo- I need to make a list for 2018 and check it off each month. Happy New Year!

    • I used to go with the flow but I found I wasted so much time by putting it into things that had no effect on my end goal. I purposely set goals that lead towards that end goal and I make sure they are all ones I can control (now I just need to learn how to control time and give myself some extra hours in the day lol)

  2. Wow. You actually achieved a lot in 2017. I didn’t set any goals. Maybe I should for this year? I did do my blog admin like fixing links, 301 redirects etc. It was painfully slow but I felt good for doing it.

    #AnythingGoes

    • There are a million and one reasons lol – the main ones are I don’t want to wait upwards of a year from finishing the book to publishing it and I like to be in control of the story and other crucial elements. I have debated going down the traditional route, but for now, self-publishing is working for me 🙂

  3. Dang! I would call 2017 a winning year for you!

    My main goal was to quit the 9-5 and start working as a freelancer. I did it on Nov 1. Cut it pretty close, but hey I got there! Now for this year…make enough money to stay here 😀

  4. You are such an inspiration and your achievements put me in total awe. Particularly well done on all that sorting out stuff on the blog that needed fixing which I know is nightmareish and the income increase. All power to you. #AnythingGoes

  5. Wow what a list of goals you have here, and 2.5 millions page views. I’m impressed I would love to be near that figure! Well done on overachieving some of your social media goals and your blog income. That’s all amazing stuff, you should feel mega chuffed! Claire x #BloggerClubUK

  6. Wow it sounds like you’ve had a brilliantly successful year! I let my blogging game slip a little last year, I had a baby in january and literally had no time at all with two small children to run around after. I’m hoping 2018 will be a bit calmer and I might get to blog a bit more 😉 #bloggerclubuk

  7. I’m guilty of flitting between tasks too, I’ve started to write down a few jobs and tick them off so that I (hopefully) stay on task and actually get more done! Well done on the goals you’ve achieved and also on accepting that some just weren’t meant to be. #BloggerClubUK

  8. I was going to begin by saying that I don’t set myself targets/goals for my blog because it’s not consistent enough, but I guess that’s my goal. Be more consistent in general: tweet more, write more, post more etc. I’ve become more consistent with my Instagram but everything else is just when I get chance and with a newborn, I can’t see if changing.
    Reading this though, I’ve decided to track my social media following this year and try to improve this via interaction. Like you say, I’m not into playing the game. #BloggerClubUK

  9. My goodness you had a lot of goals but you smashed so many of them! Well done, I am terribly in awe of you right now and cannot even imagine being on your level! Congratulations and all the best for 2018!

    #BloggerClubUK
    Shevy

  10. OMG Debbie, I am just in awe that you had such ambitious aims and that you achieved most of it, and over achieved in some areas. How on earth do you find the time? Pen x #bloggerclubuk

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