September has arrived and I must do new goals for this new month. I am going to show you my goals for September, mainly on the Writing and Blog aspects of my life, and some hints of my Personal goals.

Since I was a child, I have loved organizing my time in order to get things done and remember all the errands I am supposed to run. However, 3-4 years ago I stopped using a journal, I don’t exactly know why, and since then, being productive have been a difficult thing for me. I have battled against my self to be a little more organized, but there was something I missed.

This was, of course, my journal. I have tried several different types of journals since I realized this problem, but I found all of them extremely rigid and difficult to adapt to my life. Because of that, I have already spent a couple of months creating my own… let’s call it “Bullet journal”, although it has little to no effort on the beautify side of creating a bullet journal. It is just a notebook, arranged into different spaces that lets me organize my life easily, and allows me to be more productive.

Anyway, these are my goals:




  • Write everyday
  • Write (at least) 30,000 words during the whole month
  • Finish the novel (draft #1)
  • Finish Carnival (draft #1)
  • Print the novel and El Sepulturero (draft #2) (a short novel that I wrote several months ago)


  • Finish with the details for Project #1
  • Finish with the details for Project #2
  • Publish Project #2
  • Post twice a week


  • Exercise everyday
  • Read (at least) 1 book
  • Post on Instagram everyday
  • Study (at least) 10 hours per week

I hope I can reach them all. If not, I hope I can almost do all of them, and avoid missing any of them. They seem to be a lot, but I can manage myself to do them if I work every single day of September.

What about you? Have you set your goals for this month? What are they going to look like? Let me know in the comments below 🙂

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