I started ‘Planning over coffee’ with a long term vision. A place where I could share simple, tactical, impactful ideas. And Holy smokes this is the 50th blog post. Let’s make this special, shall we?.
It has been a place where I share my thoughts every week. Be it finances, productivity, or just life in general. As I write my blog post, it encourages me to research and read more. I am hoping some if not all ideas will stick around making them a part of my life.
Some posts have been very well planned and thought out. Some have been a spur of the moment. However, with each post I have been trying to serve every week. In this post I would just like to review where we are and set targets and goals for the next year.
What we have built so far –
- Monthly productivity tips – I am loving sharing a quick productivity tip every month. They are the perfect little 1% change that can lead to a massive difference in time management.
- Financial management – Sounds fancy but personal finances are the what I love to talk about, Be it budgeting, saving money, or getting a side hustle.
- Lifestyle change – Some lifestyle differences make the most impact in our lives. Having a vision, setting goals, planning, achieving targets are all topics we discuss here.
What does the future hold for ‘Planning over coffee’ –
For starters, we would like to start thinking about having a family soon and I am freaking out about not having coffee everyday. I know, I need to look at the big picture. but it is freaking me out nonetheless. haha. In the meantime, I am enjoying all the coffees and am very grateful for each day.
Mini courses – I am hoping to set up some easy to follow mini courses with step by step instructions. I have a few other ideas I have been playing around with. The first one being for saving for a house deposit.
More free PDF templates and worksheets – I want people to have access to heaps of free pdf templates that they can easily use and apply to their life.
Messy middles – Life does get hard sometimes. I do wonder if I am doing this enough justice with my full-time job, handmade business, and home. This is not a place where transformation has completed. We are work in progress here. As Robin Sharma puts it, “Change is hard at first, messy in the middle, and gorgeous at the end.” Someone’s got to share the messy middles as well.
What do you think about about my plans for the next year? Anything you would like to read about more.