At the start if 2019, I wanted to improve my habits. I made a plan. I tracked everything, every day and posted it openly on my website. This includes times on my side projects, gaming, making sure I take care of my teeth, and the most important factor for me this year: my health - exercising, walking and food management.
After 3 months, these goals are still important to me, but I'd perhaps change them slightly. I want to make a _useful_ product. It's less about quantity and more about quality for me right now. That said, my goal is still 4 projects, but I'm off track.
My goals don't state anything about reading or writing, but these have become more important to me. I've read 13 books in 2019 so far. I've mentioned before: I want to write more. I have many article ideas for my website, but I never get them done.
Accountability is so important to me right now. There is so much I want to do and achieve, but I'm crippled by own lack of motivation or my own thoughts of uselessness.
Before my holiday started, I wanted to hone my habits and get stuff done. I started using Makerlog again. I started using 200WAD. Now my holiday is over, I want to jump right in. Full swing.
Please, help me by keeping me accountable! :)
Continuing from by previous entry about accountability; I'm going to write about what I want to be held accountable for at the recommendation of @haideralmosawi. Firstly, I want to go over my 2019 goals and what I want to continue doing going forward.
I have just 4 goals;
1) 3 holidays. This isn't exactly difficult. I just need to book them and go right?
2) 4 projects. I'm way behind with this, but I partly think the long deadlines have been my biggest problem. I've been working on The Cake Pays, but I haven't even finished the main feature in almost 4 months. I've been too focused on design tweaks instead of functionality. I've never done that before, but I'm loving it at the moment. I've also been more concerned with marketing; this has proven to be crucial, but I don't have a clue what I'm doing.
3) Making 50 Twitter followers. (I'm at 48 right now.) While this sounds easy; just follow a bunch of people, get them to follow you back. I don't want to do that. I want to post meaningful content, but I'm in a weird state, where I don't have much useful to say.
4) Make money on a side projects. Ooh, jeez. This could tie into 4 projects. If something is useful people would pay for it right?
Since making these goals, I've come to want to do a little more. I'll go into more details another time ;)