Can you tell I’m enjoying writing monthly to-do lists? Another month means another list, and this time it’s July. Can you believe that we’re halfway through the year? It feels mental that we’ve spent most of the year in a global pandemic, but fingers crossed the rest of the year is good to us.
This is my July To-Do List 2020.
Start a New Book
After reading: ‘One of Us is Lying’, it made me realise why I used to enjoy reading so much. It’s a brilliant escape and also gives my eyes a rest from screens which is one reason why I won’t buy a kindle. In my book haul, I mentioned two other books and I really want to start one of them.
Make More Pinterest Graphics
I had a phase on making Pinterest graphics a few months back, but I really want to get back into it. I’m still not really sure what I’m doing, but I know that I need to be posting more often. At the moment I make about four at a time, as it takes me too long to make any more. I’m hoping that it becomes easier with practice and I’ll be banging them out sooner rather than later.
Get Back into Fake Tanning
I never used to be into tanning, but I got into it right before lockdown. Which is bad timing because just as quickly as I got into a routine, I got thrown out of it. It seemed wasteful to apply it to sit at home, so I’ve been walking around like Casper the Ghost for the past few months. As things are slowly getting lifted I want to get into a good routine and have a little bit more practice.
Promote My Blog More Often
In June I started using Twitter regularly to promote my blog and it’s really helped. I never used to use Twitter that often, but I find myself on it everyday and I’m constantly discovering new bloggers, so I’m really enjoying it. I know views aren’t everything, but I want to at least put a little bit of effort into it.
Write Blog Posts Regularly
I kind of fell off the wagon at the end of June, so I’m hoping to get back on it July. Which means writing posts more often, so I don’t run out like I have done before. I know I’ll never be set for months in advance, but a few weeks is always a good feeling. It also helps that I have a lot of ideas at the moment, so I better get on with it.
There we have it! That was my July To-Do List 2020!
What’s on your July To-Do List?
Thank you for reading!