New year, new goals and a new approach as to how we are going to get down into our hustles so that we have meaningful and measurable success all year long!
Every month will be themed with a hustle related topic. And together ladies, we’re going to exhaust to the best of our ability that topic so that no matter what level we’re starting out in our hustles, we feel confident going forward and making that extra money. Extra money may mean paying down debt. Saving for a down payment. Saving for a trip to trip. Updating our wardrobe. Or maybe being able to afford a nicer apartment to live in. And for some of us, it may mean turning that hustle into a business.
Get it, gurl.
But this year requires all hands on deck. All minds to be open. And all efforts to be made. In the words of the Black Eyed Peas, “Let’s Get It Started!”
I am working on day four of my five day Thanksgiving break… and I love it! I love time off no matter how I get it. I got these five days off as a fluke but I’m not complaining. I’ve been resting, eating and even doing some planning for 2020. Which, in my opinion, is what December is all about.
I met with three notary clients over the span of four days…. love it! Maybe turning one of those clients into a consulting client in the near future. Working on a social media client’s editorial calendar, but will be rolling her into the consulting umbrella as well. December is looking pretty good even on day one.
With that being said, I know we idly use the phrase: Sunday, Funday, but let’s starting thinking of Sundays as day we use to plan and plot our next course of action. Our next steps. To really think about where we’re going and what steps we’re gonna take to get there. We don’t have to have it all figured out each every Sunday, but being able to chip away every week would be lovely. Don’t you agree?
So here’s to Sunday, Plan Day! And may you steer your way to accomplishing your biggest goals.
I know, I know… I gave this speech about making these last months great and getting back to regularly sharing with you all and what do I do? Disappear again.
But not really.
I just got back from visiting some friends in North Carolina and took some much needed vacay. Prior to that, I had three programs at work I needed to wrap up while I launched a new one — one I am currently in the middle of completing. And still managing my side hustles and part time business while I prepare to launch another part time business dedicated to hustling.
Work has really ramped up to end on a positive and well prepared note for 2020. It’s been a very whirlwind November for me and trust and believe I am happy to see it come to a closure. Especially with me getting 5 days off for Thanksgiving, none of which constitutes as my vacation days.
I’m happy that I got a chance to drop in today. I hope November has not been as crazy for you for as it feels like it’s been for me. I’m going to do my best to end 2019 strong with you all I look forward to what the new year will bring us.
Girl, I had plans to be all over this site with some fabulous updates to roll out for the new year. But as you can see, nope! This was my hell week at work. And not like ‘I hate my life’ kind of hell. More like I was running four programs over the course of this week, three of which were back-to-back. And that meant preparing for the next program the day of a program I also had to prepare for. Ugh.
And although I’ll never admit this to an employer, I work amazingly well under pressure. It’s not my ideal work situation, but when my back is against the wall, I can perform. And the programs were pretty successful and the director of my organization had pleasant things to say about their overall outcome.
That’s no excuse for not sharing with you amazing hustlers in the making, I I just wanted to let you know where I was at this week. You’re not neglected, I promise. I just had to take of what take cares of the bills. Right?
On this Veteran’s day weekend, I wish you success as you map out and plan how you will rock 2020. I’ll be making the same effort. It’s also my mother’s birthday weekend and with that comes a mini family reunion.
Till next week, keep hustlin’ your way to your dreams!
But as long as you haven’t given up or quit, you’re still making progress. Your timeframe isn’t someone else’s. When you’re suppose to make it is on another clock separate from someone else’s. Focus on the progress. Focus on you.
I search for jazz music on YouTube and play them in the background while I’m working, reading or cleaning.
I pull out a journal or planner and start listing things I want to accomplish in the next couple of weeks or months or for the following year.
I nap. Ain’t gonna lie, that’s my favorite one. And I try to get a nap in at least once a week.
I call a friend and shoot the breeze. Bounce ideas off of them.
Pout myself a glass of wine, sit at the computer and write. Currently working on book #3.
I think it’s very important that we find ways to recharge and that we find multiple ways to do so. We may not always have immediate access to our regularly used tools so we need to be able to go to the next channel and recharge that way.