February 2017 Goals

Before I rebooted this blog, I used to post monthly goals. This was back in 2013 and it was one of those things I was thinking about doing a couple of times since.

Recently, I realized that the goals I used to set were a little unreachable, but they were something that I was actually attempting to complete.

Now, a few years later, I’m trying it again, and I’m going to separate my goals into three main categories; Blogging Goals, Hobby Goals, and Coding Goals. I was originally going to include personal goals, but those are, well… personal.

Blogging Goals

  • Post at least four times on this blog.
    I’m sure you’ve already notice, but there isn’t much content on this site. I aim to change that by posting at least four times throughout the month of February. I already have a couple of post ideas, so this shouldn’t be too hard to accomplish.
  • Finally get CheapGuitarist.com off the ground.
    This is another blog that I started last year, but haven’t really done anything. I need to figure out how to get the site going, promotion, community, and everything else that comes with a blog like that. Maybe two posts a week would be enough, but we’ll see what I come up with.

Coding Goals

  • Release my first WordPress theme to the public.
    I do a lot of random WordPress development on the weekend, just to keep my skills up to date. I have never released a premium WordPress theme, but I have one that is just about done. Hopefully it will see the light of day by the end of the month.
  • Upload my Kodi addons to Github.
    This shouldn’t be too hard. I have attempted to make my Kodi addons available to the public once, but that was on this site… with no visitors. So, they should get some exposure on Github.

Hobby Goals

  • Finish my guitar kit.
    I started building a guitar kit last summer, and now it’s almost done. I live in an apartment building, and I’m limited to weather conditions. There were many hot days this past summer, and now it’s snowing outside. All I have left to do is soldering, and the guitar should be up and going.
  • Practice guitar more often.
    I love playing guitar, but I don’t practice enough. Thirty minutes each day should be enough, but it’s a matter of sticking with it.

This is quite a lot to try and accomplish over one month, especially the shortest month of the year. But I have faith in myself, and I know I can get all of this done if I put my mind to it.

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