Ambitious April Action Plan


April 2, 2013 by Vicki

woman-with-speech-bubble-mdAmbitious April has begun. Time to start treating my writing as work. I need to set myself quotas for each day and have an established schedule. By the end of April, I wish have Luna’s Tale well on its way to completion. I, however, also need to continue achieving my other Resolutions to maintain my physical and mental health. I follow the motto of balance in all things to ensure a healthy lifestyle.

Resolutions and Goals

Be A Writer

    1. eye-mdWrite 500 words/workday for DreamMirrors
    2. Write 500 words/workday for BoudicaBooks
    3. Write 500 words/workday for Luna’s Tale
    4. Start a Video Blog
    5. Research Canadian Feminism

 Be Organized

    1. Stick to my Schedule
    2. Use Workflowy to organize my days

 Be Vicki

    1. Set Time for Me
    2. Be Honest
    3. Set Boundaries and Enforce Them
    4. Pursue My Interests

veggies Be Healthy

  1. Lose Ten Pounds
  2. Explore my Neighbourhood
  3. Have a Healthy Sleep Schedule


  1. Read Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman
  2. Read relevant sections of Introducing Margaret Atwood’s “The Edible Woman”
  3. Read Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing
  4. Read relevant sections of Margaret Atwood: Works and Impact
  5. Research Canadian Feminism
  6. Read relevant sections of Ten Thousand Roses: The Making of a Feminist Revolution
  7. Read relevant sections of Feminists Organizing for Change: The Contemporary Women’s Movement in Canada
  8. Determine how to use camera on laptop
  9. Create Video Blog Supplements for BoudicaBooks
  10. Use the word tracker to ensure writing goals are met
  11. Use Workflowy to plan everyday
  12. Brainstorm topics/articles to keep thoughts organized and clear
  13. Set aside two days a week as my weekend
  14. Set aside an hour/day for me
  15. Listen to my music everyday
  16. Write in my Diary Everyday
  17. Set aside time each day for fun
  18. Maintain a Food Diary
  19. Eat less carbohydrates and more fruits and vegetables
  20. Walk twice daily with Lucy
  21. Always allow 8 1/2 hour for sleep/daySuccess


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