June Action Plan Update

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June 18, 2013 by Vicki



woman-with-speech-bubble-mdIn the middle of the month of June, I must accept that I will not be achieving the majority of my goals and plans for this month. Unfortunately, I took sick and that knocked the stuffing out of me for the past two weeks. Consequently, most of the my goals and plans have fallen to the wayside. The hardest part of Action Plans is recognizing when an Action Plan is not working, accepting the fact and then moving on. To not beat myself up about not reaching my goals requires will and determination. I know that I tried my hardest to reach them and, through no fault of my own, failed to reach them this month. This does not mean that I cannot succeed with my next Action Plan. It is simply a set-back; not a failure. I believe that is one of the most important lessons my Action Plan teaches me; that I my fall but, in the end, I will still succeed. Beating myself up about not achieving my goals is not productive and only harms my ability to succeed in the future.



Be Vicki

  1. I did attend Doctor’s Appointment on June 3
  2. I will not have lost ten pounds by June 31
  3. I will finish Chapters 4 – 6 of the Artist’s Way by June 31

Be Happy

1.I did not plan an outing for myself that challenges my comfort zone for every week of June

2.I did spend every Saturday with family or friends

3.I did allow myself time to just BE


1195430130203966891liftarn_Writing_My_Master_s_Words.svg.medBe a Writer

1. I will not have written 10,000 words for Boudicabooks between June 1 and June 31

2. I will not have written 10,000 words in articles for Hubpages between June 1 and June 31

3. I will not have written 20,000 words of Luna’s Tale between June 1 and June 31


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Be Vicki

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

2. I did not maintain a healthy diet (include protein, vegetables, and fruit) – why do we crave sweets and salty foods when we are sick?

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

4. I have maintained healthy boundaries and assert my rights

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5. I did Spend an hour of everyday outside whether walking Lucy or just by myself

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

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

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

9. I did not Create a VLOG for every Boudica Book post

10. I did have fun with writing


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