Jun 30 2018

June Goals Include Roaring Loud to #KeepFamiliesTogether

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There are things going on in America that have taken my time and attention from other goals. As some of you know, I was taken from my birth parents when I was a child. It wasn’t by the government, but that doesn’t keep me from sympathizing. And no, I don’t have any living children, but that doesn’t mean I’m any less concerned for innocent youths in detention centers.

June’s “blog all about it” challenge prompt is “growl.” The fact that we need to protest and need to ask the government to #KeepFamiliesTogether — that’s what I’m growling about.

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Children being held in such horrible places, taken from those who love and protect you because they may have committed a misdemeanor, isn’t okay. A quick reminder: “Civil disobedience is the active, professed refusal of a citizen to obey certain laws, demands, orders or commands of a government or occupying international power.” Sometimes goals have to shift to include that because what is right doesn’t always align with what is policy.

And now, here’s a link about setting goals:
https://careerwise.minnstate.edu/mymncareers/finish-school/long-short-goals.html

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The MAIN LIFE GOALS:

  • Publish two decent-selling book series (speculative fiction)
  • Survive at least another 37 years
  • There’s also the Bucket List.



Current Writing End Goals

From the End Goals of an Author post.

  • Self-publish Anah’s Story by March 20Naughty List because @JLenniDorner failed to accomplish this goal
  • Find a way (emotionally, mentally) to complete the high fantasy short story.
  • Redo the longer version of the tribal story, then self-publish it in 2018.

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2018 Resolution:

#NewYearsResolution

  • This year I resolve to be more engaged in my online writing community by regularly commenting on fellow writers blogs every month, leaving book reviews, and publishing another book.



2018 Goals:

blog about it challenge 2018 try something new square 2018 book reading challenge all about the trope 2018 book reading challenge

2018 Reading Challenge

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Goals for July:

  • Read and review 6 books
  • Work on spreadsheet organizing my TBR by page length
  • Comment on 20 blogs
  • Write the My SPIRIT post
  • Write
  • Get the A to Z Challenge survey results published
  • Do the Blog Ahead Mini
  • Missed #NaNoProMo so catch up
  • Find more Debut Authors
  • Work more with the #KeepFamiliesTogether movement
  • Fix more Photobucket broken links
  • Follow more All Author group members on Twitter



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Review of Goals for June:

  • Read and review 4 books Naughty List because @JLenniDorner failed to accomplish this goal
  • Work on spreadsheet organizing my TBR by page length Naughty List because @JLenniDorner failed to accomplish this goal
  • Comment on 20 blogs Mischief Managed because @JLenniDorner accomplished this goal
  • Write the My- Growl post Mischief Managed because @JLenniDorner accomplished this goal
  • Write Mischief Managed because @JLenniDorner accomplished this goal
  • Keep voting at WRiTECLUB Mischief Managed because @JLenniDorner accomplished this goal
  • Find Debut Authors for July Mischief Managed because @JLenniDorner accomplished this goal
  • WEPFF June 2018 Challenge Naughty List because @JLenniDorner failed to accomplish this goal
  • Fix more Photobucket broken links Naughty List because @JLenniDorner failed to accomplish this goal
  • Follow more All Author group members on Twitter Naughty List because @JLenniDorner failed to accomplish this goal
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    NOW FILLING 2018 SLOTS!

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    1. You got quite a lot of stuff done, I see. Well done. ^_^
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      1. Thanks.
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    2. Strong advocacy is a great ‘Growl’ post choice.
      Nice clean goals and lists there. I love the way you think and wish you well on getting a bunch in the complete category. 🙂

      1. Thanks!
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    3. Good progress… keep it up!
      Do you think you might be setting yourself too many individual tasks for the month?
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      1. Some of the tasks are things that carry over. Like the Photobucket fixing and Twitter group follow. It’s so if I have more time, I can accomplish more. I really only get bothered if I skimp on big things, like writing or volunteering at OA & AtoZ.
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    4. I am on the same page! Monsters doing this!
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      1. My tribal elders told stories of things like this happening. I just … you know how you heard other childhood stories, like the Big Bad Wolf or Chicken Little or whatever, and you assumed it was to scare you a little so you didn’t do certain things? I thought it was like that. Except it wasn’t. My elders were just being honest. And now it’s happening again. A different set of children and parents, but in sixty years from now, tens of thousands of grandchildren will recall what happened. (Or only a few hundred if the tide goes to genocide again.)
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