June Action Plan


May 28, 2013 by Vicki

woman-with-speech-bubble-mdFor June, I want to be as specific as possible regarding my resolutions, goals and plans. Consequently, many of my resolutions for June have seperate sections to them. Each section highlights an area that I feel I need to concentrate upon to achieve my Resolution. I also have expanded my Goals section to reflect a more specific action plan. In being as specific as possible, I shine a spotlight on known issues in my life that I wish to resolve this month. My Action Plan is constantly a work-in-progress because I am a work-in-progress.


1. Be Vicki
***1a.Take Care of Myself
***1b. Stand Up for Myself
***1c. Take Time for Myself
***1d. Determine activities that I enjoy
2. Be HappySmiley.svg
***2a. Get Outside
***2b. Do Things I Want To Do
***2c. Have a Clean Home
3. Be a Writer
***3a. Write Everyday
***3b. Make Money Writing
***3c. Learn More About Writing and Editing


Be Vicki

*** 1. Attend Doctor’s Appointment on June 3

*** 2. Lose ten pounds by June 31

*** 3.Finish Chapters 4 – 7 of the Artist’s Way by June 31

Be Happy

***1. Plan an outing for myself that challenges my comfort zone for every week of June

***2. Spend every Saturday with family or friends

***3. Allow myself time to just BE

typewriterBe a Writer

***1. Write 10,000 words for Boudicabooks between June 1 and June 31

***2. Write 10,000 words in articles for Hubpages between June 1 and June 31

***3. Write 20,000 words of Luna’s Tale between June 1 and June 31


Be Vicki

1. Sleep for at least eight and an half hours a night

2. Maintain a healthy diet (include protein, vegetables, and fruit)

3. Be Honest about how I feel and react to things

4. Maintain healthy boundaries and assert my rights

Be Happy

DSCF02765. Spend an hour of everyday outside whether walking Lucy or just by myself

6. Plan to do one thing everyday that I want to do instead of “should” do

7. Maintain a manageable schedule that balances household chores, writing, and having fun

Be a Writer

8. Every week, work five days and take two days off

9. Create a VLOG for every Boudica Book post

10. Have fun with writing



2 thoughts on “June Action Plan

  1. L. Marie says:

    Wow. Now that’s a plan! Please keep us posted on how you do.

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