2021: Freelancers, Content Creators–Let’s Do Better

Freelancers, content creators let's do better
Happy New Year freelancers and content creators!! ~~Image by: Julia Volk (www.jvolk.ru)

It’s 2021. I would say finally, but although 2020 was a fucked up way to kick off a decade, the year still went by FAST!

I’m glad it’s over because I left several things behind that I’m so relieved to be done with them.

I’m not saying I just dropped those things, as I’ve made the decision to make a change in 2021.

I’m saying there are people and things I successfully cut from my life throughout 2020.

They’re long gone. Time has proven they’re part of the past.

And that’s one of the accomplishments we all need to be able to brag about this year and every year.

Start weeding your life. Get rid of bullshit that doesn’t need to be there, things that don’t benefit you, and most definitely whatever is needlessly hurting you.

Let’s also commit to do better when we know better.

Instead of accepting our bad habits and making excuses for procrastination and for providing less than the best we can give, let’s hold ourselves accountable and demand improvement.

Of course, we won’t improve everything that needs tweaking, but I believe each of us can improve some of the things.

I believe each of us can grow in one way or another.

And I’m not talking about making any new year’s resolutions.

I’m talking about making a sincere effort so we can exit this year better than we came in.

I’m committed to playing my part so I can do better in my own life. I’m also committed to improving this KnowGood platform to better help and serve f you.

If you’ve been around this KnowGood community for a while, I’m happy you’re still here bringing in yet another year with me.

If you’re new here, I’m equally as happy that you came. I hope this is the start of a long-term connection.

Either way, HAPPY 2021!!! I look forward to spending it with you!

~Miche Anni (aka KnowGoodWriter)

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8 thoughts on “2021: Freelancers, Content Creators–Let’s Do Better

  1. Happy new year! I am not really a fan of new year resolutions. I prefer creating goals for the new year. I really want to do better this year. I love this 👉 “I’m committed to playing my part so I can do better in my own life.” 2020 wasn’t too great for me. Personally, I feel like 2020 had more bad than good but I choose to see the positives. 2020 did have a great effect on me, my mental health and my wellbeing as a whole but I am more determined than ever to do my best this year and put my broken pieces back together. I started my blog last year, I started freelancing last year too and this year, I am very determined to grow my blog and freelancing career too. Great post x!

    Ruthiee loves Glamour

    1. Hopefully, this year will be much better for you. I’m happy to hear you’re choosing to look at the positives and that it seems you are focused on your goals. Much success with your blogging and freelancing. If there’s any freelancing content that would help and you can’t find it here, please let me know. Happy 2021!!

  2. I am not a fan of the traditional ‘New Year’s Resolution’ approach however I am definitely on board with the idea of setting goals to work towards improving ourselves in different areas of our lives. Specifically, I try to set 1 goal for each area of my life (professional, personal development, relationships) each quarter. It helps me to tackle the ways that I can improve without it being overwhelming or unmanageable.

    1. Setting quarterly goals for each area of life–that’s an excellent idea! Thanks!

  3. Love this! I hate new years resolutions and just always aim, as you say, exit this year better than we came in! Fingers crossed this is the year I really start caring for me!

    Katie | katieemmabeauty.com

    1. More self-care is definitely a great aim. Thank you so much for reading and sharing!

  4. Happy new year! I always strive to improve myself month in and month out. I like to view myself as a work in progress, always. Constantly learning and growing.

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