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May Madness Action Plan

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April 30, 2013 by Vicki

Yes, it is the “Lusty Month of May” and my Action Plan should reflect the more frivolous nature of the season. The sun finally shines upon us after a long and difficult winter. We should all take the time to enjoy the new season of Spring and sunshine. Work, however, still must continue even as we pursue more frivolous interests. April fulfilled its purpose of setting my nose to the grindstone and my schedule in motion. It is now time to insert some fun and spontaneity into the plan.

Smiley.svgResolutions

1. Enjoy Life

2. Be Vicki

3. Live a Healthy Life

4. Pursue my Writing Career

Goals

1.Spend More Time Outside

2. Renew my membership to my area’s Conservation parks

3. Be Spontaneous and have Fun

4. Experiment with different kinds of Music

5. Be Honest

6. Create a Healthy diet for my family

7. Start The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity

8. Write 1000 words/workday of Luna’s Tale

9. Write 500 words/workday for BoudicaBooks (or the equivalent in research)

10. Create 1 VLOG per week for BoudicaBooks

11. Write 500 words/workday for DreamMirrors (or the equivalent in research)

12. Market my blogs on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, YouTube, Tumblr etc

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Plans

1. Go to Conservations Parks as often as possible

2. Walk twice daily with Lucy around the neighbourhood

3. Pursue my interests in music and Wicca

4.Schedule in time for myself “Artist Dates”

5. Spend quality time with friends and family as often as possible

6. Write detailed letters to friends who live further away

7. Incorporate more fruits and vegetables into my daily diet

8. Read Margaret Atwood’s Lady Oracle

9. Read Margaret Atwood’s Life Before Man

10. Read relevant sections of Ten Thousand Roses: The Making of a Feminist Revolution

11. Use the word tracker to ensure writing goals are met

12. Use Workflowy to schedule my time

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