Updates on the Writing, Reading and Traveling life.

March 2021 is here and it’s my birthday month!

I have been spending more time wrapping up construction projects, initiating new ones all while keeping in mind the deadline of March 19th. We’ll be having the national exams commencing on this date, so by policies of the ministry, no outsiders are allowed in schools while the exams are on.

I started reading The 10X Rule: The Only Difference between Success and Failure by Grant Cardone, and he says that 1) you should set targets for yourself that are 10X greater than what you believe you can achieve and 2) you should take actions that are 10X greater than what you believe are necessary to achieve your goals.

When he said that, “The biggest mistake most people make in life is not setting goals high enough,” I found myself evaluating all the goals I set this year and looking back, I noticed that I haven’t set tangible and high goals for my writing.

On reading:

  1. I subscribed to Scribd and will be reading some of my favorite African Writers this month.
  2. I just got some new titles on Netgalley too:

On writing: I have two projects that have me taking gulps of coffee at night and jotting down notes at every turn. So, I am looking forward to publishing the two titles this year and taking a break to explore and research content for a non-fiction story project. I have settled on the working titles, a brief outline for each story and covers that seem to appeal to me right now.

On traveling: I haven’t traveled for leisure this year and I was looking forward to doing so on my birthday, and it falls on a working day so my plans to unwind will wait until Easter.

Have a wonderful week and whatever you do be kind to yourself.

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