My Goals for December (and the Rest of 2017!)

OK OK I’m past the halfway point of December but I can still make goals for what time I have left!  The last time I wrote one of these, I noted how slowly time was going…  But then November flew past, I can barely believe that the first term of uni is over!

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Let’s look back at how well I did last month!

November

Personal Goals (Changed from Health Goals)

Allow more time for things and be prompt (because they inevitably overrun)

Definitely did this – having some breathing space around events makes me less stressed as well.

Find my mission – probably something that will take me a few months…

I have still not found my ‘calling’ in life.  Probably because I have many interests, passions, duties etc that I could literally go anywhere and do anything!  I’m still working on finding out what motivates me.  Will probably do a blog post on this at some point!

Go to bed earlier!

This actually worked out quite well whilst I was still at uni (mostly because I made a rule that I would not do any work as soon as I got home, so I just went to bed instead…)  However, now that I am back home, my bedtimes have been pushed later and later because there is just so much that I want to do and all of it is right at my bedside!

Uni Goals

Keep on top of my emails, organisation and events

I definitely did this, with help from Google calendar!  I find that a daily email check-up certainly helps keep my inbox in order, and I left the deleting of messages for the vacation.  I still have to sort through my emails though!

Get to grips with the difficult concepts

I have to be honest, I still don’t fully comprehend a few of the concepts but it’s coming along!  I’m doing some revision over the vacation to prepare for next term’s Collections (mock exams)…

Improve my foot coordination for football

Had less time to work on this because there would be no football training outside of the football matches and now it’s December (and snowed several times ❄) it’s far too cold to play football.  Hopefully, I’ll get some footsie with my brother indoors 😉

Relationship Goals (no, not #RelationshipGoals)

Be more forgiving and generous to people

As soon as I came back from uni, it was very strange…  When I went to help out at karate, as usual, I definitely felt more patient with the kids.  When watching my brother’s concert, I enjoyed myself far more because I didn’t let the wrong notes or inconsistent rhythm stress me out.  When talking to people who I would normally find exasperating, I found I didn’t say anything sarcastic or get annoyed.

I think I would attribute this to all the lovely people I met and surrounded myself with at Oxford – their patience, generosity and chilledness must’ve rubbed off on me!

Be patient with family

The attitude of generosity towards people that I picked up from Oxford definitely rubbed off on my attitude towards my family – but it’s still something I need to work on.

Become more self-confident without taking myself too seriously (because your relationship with yourself is important too!)

I have definitely become more accepting of my flaws, which is something that has helped me become more confident.  I also took part in a ‘self-branding’ workshop that helped me develop the confidence and technique to pitch myself to others.  It was nerve-wracking at first, but practice makes perfect!

Taking myself too seriously happens when I’m starting to get angry, which doesn’t happen a lot but I guess it’s something to work on.

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December

Personal Goals

  • Be able to do 30 push-ups by the end of the month
  • Declutter my room – probably quite ambitious because I’ve got so much else to do!  Might narrow it down to just decluttering my desk and paperwork
  • Write more!

Uni Goals

  • Apply for summer internships
  • Practice psychometric tests :/
  • Do revision of this term’s work

Relationship Goals

  • Help my brother out
  • Meet up with school friends – literally nobody has spoken on the group chat since September 😦
  • Help out my mum and spend more time with her

19 thoughts on “My Goals for December (and the Rest of 2017!)

      • Hopefully. I got other bloggers sticking to me whom I may drop off as the rooster becomes dog. I think I posted something recently about bloggers posting 30 posts in an hour. Same goes for 50 messages etc… Usually they claim to have big jobs in industries like Law. They must. How else could they support a lifestyle sitting around posting that much on the internet?

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      • I think a lot of people get paid to do very little. Perhaps they are a cultural fit as some HR departments say. A lot of economy has to get legitimated somehow I guess.
        Plenty of people dying in parks and gardens because they had moral decency and thought ahead of the curve.
        I did once have a unique position in a big corporation and those kind of tables are very easy to count cards on.

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  1. Nice set of goals, good to see some progress in achieving them! 😀 Me however, I would make goals and I end up forgetting and not achieving the goal 😛

    BTW, congratulations on the 600+ followers = just wow! =)

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    • Thank you so much! I would definitely say set some daily goals, they help so much in moving you that little step further towards achieving your big goals 😉 thanks for all your love!

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  2. Ahh well done on consistently moving towards your goals and good luck on your ones for the rest of the year! I find that setting goals really helps me move forward in many aspects of my life, and it’s great to see others doing the same:)

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