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Update Day October 2018

It's almost the end of October, which means it's almost Halloween, but since this is the GotGoals? Bloghop, we're just shocked and scared by how fast this year is flying by. So do tell us what you're planning to squeeze into the last two months before the new year.

How to Take Part in the Got Goals? Bloghop:

Step 1: Set yourself a crazy, important, or otherwise ambitious goal (or goals).
Step 2: Try to do something towards achieving that goal every month.
Step 3: Post an update of your progress on your blog on the last Friday of the month. Remember to use the graphic above so we can easily spot it.
Step 4: Link to your Update Day post in the comments below.
Step 5: Check in with other participants so you can advise and/or encourage them.

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  1. Setting big goals – and regularly working towards them – is a great idea. I do it for the little stuff and it works. Maybe it's time I started on the bigger picture stuff?

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    1. Yeah what I do is set bigger picture goals, and then break them into smaller tasks that add up as I complete them.

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  2. Lots of candy treats for me this month, only a few tricks (fails).
    http://jlennidornerblog.what-are-they.com/2018/10/26/trick-or-treat-or-goals/

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  3. Here's mine: http://angelinetrevena.co.uk/got-goals-winging-it/

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  4. I'm actually shocked by how this month went.

    Blogger: https://sylmion.blogspot.com/2018/10/update-day-its-spooky-how-fast-year-is.html

    Wordpress: https://sylmion.wordpress.com/2018/10/26/update-day-its-spooky-how-fast-the-year-is-going/

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