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The time has come for me to describe my spectacular failures in the past month and then describe what I hope to accomplish in the month of July, also known as July Small Goals. Like last time, I’ll be setting this up as a linky party. Scroll to the bottom of this post to learn how to join. But first, my failures in the month of June…

Avoid Coffee
Let’s be honest. We all knew I would fail at this one. No surprise there. Think of me as a blonder version of Lorelai Gilmore.


Be More Active
I’m giving myself half points for this one. Due to a month full of what felt like non-stop rain, it’s been difficult to get out and walk as much as I planned. Thanks to the major flooding in our area, it’s hard to get out at all without being devoured alive by mosquitos. Ah, the country life.


Create
I didn’t create anything new beyond products for my store.
Hi. I’m Jennifer, and I’m a workaholic.

Find an Apartment
We did it! Hooray! We’ll be moving in less than three weeks. Follow me on Instagram to witness the stress fun of moving!

Bonfire
I did attend a bonfire at the beginning of the month, so that counts…

Alright, on to my small goals for the month of July

#1. Take a Break Already!
I plan to take a short break from blogging during the move. I really hesitate to do this, because I know how much I appreciate consistency in the bloggers I follow, and I really try hard to do the same. However, I also know that the chaos of the move isn’t going to leave a whole lot of time to develop and/or write about quality music education ideas.
#2. Drink More Water
Okay, we know I can’t give up coffee. That’s been established. What I can do however, is attempt to drink more water. That’s a reasonable goal for me. Right?
#3. Organize my Work Space
After the move, I’ll have a chance to organize my office exactly as I want it. It will also give me a chance to share my organization strategies here on the blog, complete with pictures, speaking of…
#4. Buy a Camera
I’ve been working with a point and shoot ever since I started blogging. If I didn’t create products/blog for a living (or if I were a better photographer), my camera would be perfectly fine. But as it is, a new camera would probably cut my photo session times in half. That will give me extra time for doing the things I love, like creating new products and drinking more coffee 😉

That’s it for my small goals. How about you? What are your small goals for the month of July? Blogger or not, I would love to hear from you! Leave your goals in the comments section, or if you’re a blogger, follow the steps below to join the linky party.