This week, I got done with my exams. Hopefully, I clear them all with no arrears. I went out for lunch immediately after my exams were done. One among those lunches wherein the food wasn’t mind-blowing but the company was. This whole week ended with me becoming so lazy so that I barely did anything worthwhile. No, I’m not complaining. Yes, I need to get better.
This upcoming week, I will be entering my last semester of B.Sc. Psychology. I need to nail it, this semester. FOCUS. FOCUS. FOCUS. Over all I have listed down the things I need to do everyday for the next 4.5 months. To make it more challenging for me personally I’m going to list the goals down on this blog. I need to do it at least 80% of these days because, speaking from experience, I know I will slack off for a couple of days here and there. So after 4.5 months, I can look back on this blog and see how well I have done them all. Starting this week, I need to do the following everyday:
- Study for Semester 6
- Prepare for Entrance Exam (Subgoal: Also start solving as many MCQ’s)
- Read the news
- Read a few pages from a book (recreational)
- Practice the violin
- Go to the gym
- Blog writing
- Play video games or watch the match (depending on the league)
Now that it’s out in the open, I’ll make a checklist as well for the next 4.5 months. That is till the beginning of April (which is when my end semester exams begin for the last time). I need to do this and do this well. Now that I have set goals that need to be done, I will start working on them from this week. I’m not going to jump ahead and create a long term goal and see this is what I want to achieve by then end of 4.5 months, but if I take one day at a time and do these said 8 things, attaining my goals is going to be more favourable. The goal here is to focus on one day at a time. I really hope this is a success.
If you want to participate along with me and set 8 goals for yourself that you plan on doing everyday, list them down below in the comment section and we can keep tabs on each other. What methods do you use to set goals for yourself and have they worked? What do you think about my plan? Hope you had a great week and have a wonderful week ahead.