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December Reflections and January 2018 Reflections

Hello everyone.

Is it seriously 2018 now?

A lot has happened in the past month, or year if you’re picky!,.

I had a really fun Christmas, probably one of the best Christmases I’ve had and I pray that you had the same experience.

Last December, I had these resolutions:

1. Try to get to Chapter 10 in my edits, ( I’m already on Chapter 5 with editing, as I slowly began editing the book in August!)

Whilst I did get somewhere with my editing, I decided to redo the whole story and start with a solid outline.

2. Meet up with some of my friends for Christmas, and simply get Christmasy this year.

I did meet up with some friends and I’ve met some new ones as well, which was really nice. I also took photos of different decorations and trees, which you can find on my Instagram,  to get in the mood of Christmas, as well as watching a really cute Christmas film on Netflix called A Christmas Prince.

3. Start listening to more French music( I’m working on being fluent in French as a life goal, and my friend who’s fluent in French suggested reading books, watching films and listening to music all in French.)

I didn’t listen to more French music, but I did get a French book from school which I’ve read in the  English language, No et Moi. I’ve slowly started reading it in French whilst resisting the urge to write notes on the pages!

4. Do a lot more blogging than normal for Christmas, as well as write some Christmas stories and poems for you guys!

I did blog more with tributes, although it wasn’t exactly Christmasy,  it was still fun. I did write a Christmas story, but I only finished it a couple of days before the New Year. Oh well. I can share it with you next year.

Ok, 2017 over and dusted. What about 2018?

This year, as well as my yearly goals, I will still have monthly goals to lead towards them as well as just reflecting on the previous month.

For January 2018, my resolutions are:
1. Begin to fully outline my novel, which should take me two-three months.
2. Start doing a composition a month.
3. Start doing Writing Wednesdays to encourage writers.
4. Start encouraging people on social media.
5.  Continue reading No et Moi, and memorize one French song.
Yeah, as you can see, I’m starting a lot of new things this month, which is a good thing. Speaking of new things, this month on Golden Medallion, a website encouraging young people who are Christians,  we’re talking about New Beginnings and Change.
How about you?
How was your Christmas?
Do you have any New Years Resolutions?

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Hi. My name is Medomfo Owusu. I love writing, drawing, languages, playing music , singing and telling people about my faith as a Christian.

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