No way! It’s time to share my reachable December Bucket List!
Isn’t it hard to believe the last month of 2015 is here? But Winter is only beginning.
December is the month of giving back, settling down, and spending some quality time with family and friends.
It’s the month I love to relax. This December, I’m making a set of reachable goals that will be easily attainable.
Expand my Twitter Reach
In November, I focused my reach on Facebook. By the end of the month, I found myself in a comfortable schedule of posting every three hours. My reach has increased tremendously by simply keeping my posts on a schedule.
This month, I plan to add in Twitter. I use Buffer to schedule tweets every four hours. This does not include retweets. I may still randomly retweet something I like.
However, I will limit myself to 10-12 tweets total per day. No more than that. Plus, most of those tweets will be intentional. Meaningful. Helpful.
Bake Holiday Treats with my Family
Who can resist them? Cookies, Breads, Cinnamon Rolls, oh my!
Everyone always enjoys homemade or handmade treats. Plates of our holiday treats will make fabulous gifts.
The other plus is time spent in the kitchen with my little family. We will have one more of us in a few months.
Time together with the two of them is priceless.
Upgrade My Photography Skills
I received access to a free class through Craftsy. I chose a photography class.
Photography is something I’ve always had a knack for. I’ve never been competitive with it until now.
This year, I exhibited some photos to the County Fair. One of my photos received 3rd place Black & White!
I’m hoping this class will teach me about proper lighting as well as different settings on the camera to maximize the photo quality.
This December, I will not only complete the class, but I will practice as much as I possibly can.
Teaching Mylee a lesson
Mylee has great skills already when it comes to life lessons.
I want to teach Mylee about giving to others this month.
I’m going to let her choose between giving a plate of homemade goodies to someone or donating some of her clothes or toys to someone in need.
It’s never too early to teach little ones how to be thoughtful and generous even when there’s little to give.
Clean and organize my home
Wow. That’s all I have to say about my cleaning/organizing skills.
They need some serious work, people.
Luckily, I purchased the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle. It’s loaded with tips, tricks and resources for homemaking. This includes cleaning tips. Yay!
I will be so “Suzie Homemaker”, you may not recognize me by 2016.
What are your goals for December?