I hope 2021 will be a more predictable year than 2020. Even so, I will set up some goals, even if I will not be able to achieve them. The goals are in three categories: blogs, personal, and travel.
Goals for 2021: Blogs
1. Post regularly. My goal is to post all book reviews on Coffee&Books. I hope I can publish 50 recipes on CookStyle, new or old recipes which I will veganize. Lastly, I want to publish a post on ancaslifestyle once or twice each week, so about 75 posts.
2. Vegan or Vegetarian restaurants, every other month. I will add the target for 6 new restaurant reviews this year, new ones or ones I’ve been to before.
3. Vegan reviews.I subscribed to the Vegan Kind Lifestyle box for the next 6 months and I plan to review it each month I get it. I might continue to get the box for the following six months too, but I’m not sure now.
4. Style & Beauty. With less chances of going out this year, my aim is 6 style and beauty posts.
5. Taste the World. As I don’t know how much time I have this year, I will aim for 6 new recipes for Taste the World.
6. Read the World. My aim is for 6 new countries for Read the World, a challenge I am starting this year, details will follow soon on my book blog.
7. Reviews. 9 reviews are the target for this year.
Goals for 2021: Personal
1. Exercise regularly. I will double the amount of workouts I plan to do this year, to 100. I can play tennis from Spring and I can do workouts in VR too. I got a yoga mat and I will exercise at home too, yoga or other workouts.
2. Sew. Another goal that appears each year. Hopefully this time I will do something more interesting than face masks, like last year.
3. Make 5 from 40 before 40 list. It’s a standard goal for me, to do 5 from the list.
4. Read 100 Books. Last year I managed to read over 100 books, so this year I set up the same goal. With my studies I don’t think it will be difficult to achieve this goal.
Goals for 2021: Travel
1. Merseyside. I live in Liverpool, so adding Merseyside as a travel goal might seem a bit strange, but, even if we are getting into tiers and have restrictions on travelling, I can still visit some of the places I love but haven’t been to, like lovely villages in the Wirral. Some of the locations I am thinking of are outside and we can avoid people, so it’s a covid-safe activity to do too, while the rules allow it, of course.
2. 5 new flags to the UK map. I hope that in the summer we are going to do a bit of travel. 5 new flags it’s a very conservative target for me, but, well we have no idea what 2021 will bring.