June Goals

I can’t believe it is already the 1st of June, 2018! Time for my monthly goals post. May was a great month overall and I am excited to work on some new goals for June 2018. I am not setting a specific amount of goals, some months will be more then others, but likely between 3 to 5 goals each month. Some harder then others to accomplish.

  • Basics of Photography: The Complete GuideBasics of Photography: The Complete Guide is a five part guide by LifeHacker which I would really like to complete this month. I am not sure how good it is or if I can get it done in a month but I want to try! I am hoping to find some more online guides, tutorials and/or courses that I can take as well. I want to start using the manual settings on my camera more. I also want to buy a tripod.
  • Complete a course for work – We have a portal for work where we can access and take online courses that pertain to the different positions and career paths at work. Since I want to move into a Financial Advisor position in a year or so I want to take a course a month on my own time at home. I want to start this month and try and complete one course this month, they are not long usually.
  • Try something new – This one is a little vague and general and I am leaving it open to interpretation for now. I don’t know what it is going to be. It could be a new food I have never eaten before or a new skill to try or something I have never done before. I will think about it a bit more over the next few days and figure it out and I will put what it is and what I did with it in the June recap.

So that’s my goals for the June monthly goals post. What are your goals for the month of June? I am curious to know what other people want to accomplish.

8 thoughts on “June Goals

  1. Happy June! It’s great that you have some new goals whipped up. Sending you positive vibes to achieve all of them! There are so many things you can do with the settings on a camera. Even if you don’t finish, getting through some lessons is still valuable.

    It’s also great to try out new things. We never know how things will turn out until we try, right? As long as we know the risk isn’t high, go for it!

    1. Hi Nancy! Thanks for the positive vibes I am really enjoying learning about my camera and just wish I had done it earlier. I plan to take as many lessons as I can.

      I still am unsure what I want to try or learn. I guess I will have to think about it a bit more.

  2. Happy June! Can’t believe we’re already in the middle of the year! Time flies so fast

    Good luck with all your goals! I’ve always wanted to use the manual settings on my camera too, but I haven’t really found time to sit down and actually learn them.

    I’m excited to find out what this “something new” is! Doesn’t have to be big, as long as you’re continuously expanding your horizons

    1. Thanks Claudine! You too I can’t believe the year has gone by so fast either. I am still thinking about what I am going to do for the “something new” was talking it over with my husband for ideas or inspiration but haven’t figured it out yet. It’s true though it is always good to expand your horizons.

  3. I hope the photography guide helps! It definitely took me time to get used to switching to manual settings on my camera. There was a lot of trial and error in the beginning before it became natural to me. The more you do it, the easier it gets though!

    That’s really cool that your work offers courses for different career paths. Trying something new is good to aim for too! Good luck on all of your goals!

    On my own goals, I’m currently on a cleaning and decluttering spree in my house. I’m hoping to have most of it finished in June!

    1. Thanks Cat! I am really hoping it helps as well. I am using the manual settings a little but it doesn’t always turn out the way I imagine. It’s taking some getting used to for sure.

      I was really excited when my manager showed me where to find the courses. I am hoping to move into a financial advisor position. I really enjoy talking to people in person more so then over the phone.

      Cleaning and decluttering is a good goal to work on. We need to do that as well. It’s hard to get the time to do it but we have to work on our spare room and make it into a usable room.

  4. I think having a vague goal helps because it could lead to anything and that’s kind of what makes them fun

    Good luck with the online courses! You’ll have to tell us how they go once you finish them (like the photography one).

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