Friday, November 2, 2012

Month of November Goals

Happy November, dear friends! I hope your Halloween was spooktacular! Well, I'll just jump right into my goals.

Here is how my month of October goals panned out:
  • Recuperate from spraining my ankle Uh... It turns out that I fractured a bone in my foot. I had to wear a hideous boot for a freaking month. Luckily I'm out of the montrousity of ugliness. But I've got to rehabilitate my poor foot now. Silliness, I say
  • Read BEYONDERS: SEEDS OF REBELLION by Brandon Mull Check. Great book
  • Finish listening to DIE FOR ME by Amy Plum Super Check. I loved this book sooooo much. Read it. Now
  • If I have time, I'll edit some or all of one of my writing projects Nope, I did open up one of my projects and read the first chapter to my new roomie. She LOVED it! Just you guys wait...
  • Start my new job, love it, and learn it fast Check on all accounts
  • Find a new place to live in Salt Lake City before I'm driven mad by the long commute Check and it didn't happen soon enough. I truly was going crazy driving two hours a day.
  • Enjoy my half birthday... Check. I loveth growing old. haha
Well, I'm feeling good about my goals and hope to have success in the coming month. Here are my month of November goals:
  • Finish listening to the audio book CHIME by Franny Billingsley
  • Listen to the audio book SHIVER by Maggie Stiefvater (I just got a library card and by golly I'm gonna use it--bring on the audio books. Yes!)
  • Read FINALE by Becca Fitzpatrick
  • NaNoWriMo--50K and/or finish writing my dystopian book called SPHERICAL
  • Do something social at least once a week
  • Have a super fantastic Thanksgiving Holiday *gobble gobble*
  • Be better at reading and commenting on other blogs. So sorry for being anti-blogospher-social
How did your month of October goals go? What are your month of November goals?

    Writing. Jewels.

     

15 comments:

  1. Some great goals for November! Sorry about your foot. Good luck with NaNo - you can do it!

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  2. Sorry to hear you fractured your foot. :(

    Yay NaNo! I'm doing it too. It'll be great! Good luck this month.

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  3. I loved Chime! I hope you do as well. :)

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    1. I'm loving Chime so far. It's like a feast of imagery!

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  4. I'm in for NaNoWriMo too. I still have no idea what my novel's about, but I've got a start.

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    1. I'm happy that you are doing NaNo too! It's gonna be great. Good luck!

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  5. Those walking-boots are horrid. I had to wear one for a number of months after my third leg surgery, and again after my fourth leg surgery some years later, when I had some of my metal hardware removed. I hope your physical therapy goes well.

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    1. Oh, Carrie-Anne, that stinks. I'm sorry to hear you've had to have so many surgeries. Ugh. I hope you don't have to go through any more surgeries.

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  6. Sorry about your foot! My younger brother has to wear one of those boots right now because he fractured his foot - that stinks!

    Those are some great goals and progress! Good luck with NaNo!

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  7. I'm glad your foot is doing better and the boot is off. Fantastic goals! Good luck with NaNo!

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  8. Sorry to hear about your foot! I hope you recover quickly. :)

    Although I love Stiefvater's writing, I didn't like Shiver. I'll be interested to hear what you think of it.

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  9. I'm so sorry to hear about your foot. Years ago I was in a leg cast and it was the pits to say the least. Glad to see you're out of it now. (: I read Amy Plum's Die For Me, but honestly I wasn't that crazy over it. If you read the next one in the series, let me know if it get better. (: Anyway, looks like you've got awesome November goals, and good luck with the rehabilitation, hope you're not in any pain.

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