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Oct 26, 2020 at 10:38am
Sharmelle's Weekly Goals for Oct. 26 to Oct. 31, 2020
Writing Goals:
1. Write a poem as many times as I can this week.
2. Write as many reviews as I can this week.
3. Try to enter some of my poems in Poetry Contests this week.
4. Blog each day with Blog-City.
5. Blog each day with the 30-day Blogging Challenge.
6. Try to write more poetry for my book.
7. Try to organize my book with the new poetry I have already written that's not in there yet.

Health Goals:
1. Go to the appointment that I have this week.
2. Write/make a list of what to talk to my doctors about this week as I do for most of my appointments and do not forget to bring that list to my appointments with me that I have.
3. Keep taking my medication each evening like I am supposed to.
4. Keep taking my Insulin every day like I am supposed to.

Other Life Goals:
1. I will write an update on weekly goals for this week and get next week’s ready to go on the weekend as usual.
2. Contacting my friend each Sunday and Monday just to chat a bit since she is working for the City of Texas and has those days off right now.
3. Work on some new Graphic Project.
4. Work on my Zazzle Shop again.
5. Get ready for my next Fundraiser.
6. Write a list to talk to my parents about.
7. Contact my parents this week as I should every week.
8. Work on my Graphics and free commercial use images for my projects.
9. Write a list to talk to my younger brother about because I missed his birthday in August.
10. Contact my younger brother this week.
Sharmelle's Weekly Goals for Oct. 26 to Oct. 31, 2020 · 10-26-20 10:38am
by Sharmelle ~ Thankfully Blessed

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