My head is spinning. Recently I found out a number of things that were wrong with my blog, behind the scenes. I have always felt like things weren’t set up right but I really didn’t know why. So I decided to some research and try to teach myself new things. Holy moly. The issues that I knew were there but didn’t know were there (are you with me?) started to become apparent. Which is both awesome and awful at the same time. It is awesome because I now know some of the things that I want to fix but now I need more time so I can fix all of them! I decided to sit down and write out my current goals for updating the blog. Writing down goals is a really great way to help you get your mind right. Instead of sitting here with a jumbled head, I can set a plan for how to get it all done.
I sat down at my new work space, which I made pretty with this adorable DIY decoupage planter, and really thought about things in terms of priority and function. By writing out these steps, it also helped me to figure out who in my blogging community might be able to answer some questions I still have about processes or be able to provide some guidance in some way.
I went from feeling all sorts of weird about my blog to having a game plan. My heart literally races with excitement about getting to work on these goals. If you know anything about blogging you know that goals 1 and 3 are no small task. But they MUST be done! With over 1000 posts, this is going to take me a while. But I’m ready! I’ve researched the best way to go about these tasks and am looking forward to marking them off my list. And goal number 4 starts now! I have been so lucky to have met a community of great gals online who are always willing to give me their attention. And I want to make sure to do the same for them! My husband says I’m already done with #5. Isn’t he sweet?
Head over to the Tiny Prints blog to check out the full tutorial for my DIY Decoupage Planter inspired by this rad postcard. What are your blog goals? What major projects are you taking on?