March, for me, was both an exciting and a disastrous month.

I turned 26. I blogged a total of 10 times out of 22 week days.

I joined Crowd Favorite as a front end developer. I was sick not once but twice.

But I’m moving past it. I’ve celebrated the wins and now I’m moving past the losses. Something that I learned a long time ago is that losses, victories, events do not define who you are. I missed March’s goals, by a long shot. That’s okay. I’m going to pick it up in April and make it a great month.

April’s Goals

While I’ve already missed two days in April, the goal is to blog every week day. Now that I work from home and have almost got a routine established, this should come easier. The key is that I need to establish both the routine and the discipline that I’m going to wake up and blog, no matter what is going on or how I feel (I’ve struggled with a cold this week).

I’d also like to start transforming this blog into more of resource than it currently is. Daily blogging is great and it is the main reason that I pour into this platform. But I also want to provide value in other ways. So I’m going to be exploring that in the coming weeks. I blame Tom McFarlin for confirming this thought as I had been pondering it for a while now and his recent post pushed me over the edge. By the way, his new look on his site is really rad.

So let’s get to it. I’m going to be writing content that helps my audience and developing resources that help the community. ¬†What are your goals for April? I’d love to hear them and discuss them in the comments or on Twitter.

 

Published by Matt Pritchett

Matt is a Christian, a husband, a father to two beautiful girls and a WordPress developer at CrowdFavorite. He also creates software for nonprofits and enterprise customers at Pritchett Media.

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