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The Future

I always struggle going back and forth between setting goals, and not setting goals.

Sometimes I find that it brings me even more stress and anxiety, but other times it is so nice to see that I can achieve things. Having goals, especially when they are written down, allows my successes to be real, because I can check mark it.

If you read my post about some of the things I learned since last Blogtober, then I think you will like this one. If you haven`t, you can go check it out here.

Today I`m sharing with you some of my goals to reach by next blogtober.

When I first started this journey, I never would have even dreamed about being where I am now. I am beyond grateful and appreciative for every moment up until this one.

It`s been a very educational and emotional journey, but a journey so worth taking.

So what`s in store for Thoughts with N?

I really want to reach 500 WordPress followers. I am very far away from it, so I`m not sure, but maybe!

I will be opening up to guest posts! (So do let me know if you`d like to write one!)

I want to start a writing series of some kind. I don`t have a plan yet for this one, it is just still bouncing around in my head.

I want to write a few pieces that are relevant to world issues, and not just my perspectives and feelings.

I`d like to guest post more frequently on other blogs.

I want to grow my Wellness and Self-Love program.

I want to reach 100k monthly views on Pinterest .

I think goals are so important, but I think it`s also important to allow ourselves to be human and have feelings. While I would love to accomplish all of this, it`s okay if I don`t.

I want Thoughts with N to cover more areas of Mental Health and not simply my story.

I want it to be a place for people to share their stories.

Do you make goals?

Love Always N



  • Sophie Naylor

    I’m in the exact same conundrum about setting goals. I’m trying to set realistic goals rather than big goals in a short space of time that are unrealistic and bound to just cause me stress. Great post! x

  • Deandra

    These are great goals and I know you will achieve them! I always make goals but never seem to achieve the majority of them. I’m hoping for different this month!

  • Teresa

    These are very solid and reachable goals. Now you just have to stick to them 😉
    I’d love to start a blog series, and I’ve got multiple posts written for it already. But with it I’d like to start a newsletter, which takes a bit more work and planning. But I can’t decide what is the best time of year to start a career and self-development -focused blog series… January?

    Teresa Maria | Outlandish Blog

  • Naomi (Inching Forwards)

    I love this! I do make goals, but like you sometimes I find them helpful and motivating, and other times I find them stressful. So, I think it’s good that you’re not putting too much pressure on yourself with your goals – it’s a really healthy way to do it I think! Hopefully others will be inspired. And, of course, good luck! <3

  • Lozza

    I struggle sometimes too!
    I always make myself goals but then either forget about them because life gets in the way or get annoyed when I can’t meet them.

    Your goals sound really good! I need
    To make mine for the month 😊

    Love Lozza xo

  • Aimée

    That first sentence really hit me.
    I like to have goals so that I have something to work towards but I’m learning to not be specific with them. I want to leave them not too narrow to remain open-minded but not too broad to give me a little but of direction! 😊

  • claudiarachel

    These seem like really achievable goals, I am relatively new and I am learning so much as I go. I really enjoy series of posts both to write and to read because you can go more in depth on a topic.

    Is Blogtober a hashtag? It would be lovely if you could explain what it is to me 😊

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