Another year is coming to an end. At the beginning of 2018 I set my goals for the year. Let’s take a look back to see what I was able to do.
I was hoping to finish editing my novel at the end of this year. Sadly, I didn’t achieve this goal. I’m still in the process of editing and revising and need more time. Finishing the novel may take one or two more years.
My last goal for 2018 was to create content for HubPages and Shutterstock. For the most part, I was able to achieve this goal. I published 21 articles on HubPages, just four shy of my goal of 25. I posted 48 photos on Shutterstock; my goal was 25 to 50 photos. I didn’t earn very much from Shutterstock, but I did earn a small income from writing on HubPages. So I’m happy that I was able to achieve this content-creating goal.
Taken together, 2018 was a better year for me. I didn’t have as many gagging/vomiting anxiety attacks. I also managed to lose some weight. This help with my cholesterol numbers. I also met a new friend volunteering at the mental health agency. So although some of my goals were not achieved, I did produce a lot of content and my health and social life improved. Overall, 2018 was a good year! Here’s to 2019!