July Wrap Up and August Goals

As summer wanes and autumn approaches, I thought it would be fun to talk about what I’ve been doing this summer and hear about your activities, as well as exchange goals for August. Let’s get into it!

A collage of my activities this past month!

July Wrap Up

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday — 9am-1pm : Math Enrichment

Wednesday 9am-12pm : Math Enrichment

Math Enrichment took up a huge portion of July. There were daily lectures and homework sets. Chapter tests usually occurred every other day. The last day was devoted to a final. I enjoyed Math Enrichment, really — I took it for enrichment in Algebra 2/Trig because I love learning! While it did get rather exhausting more than a few times, it was worth it. 😀

Thursday — 3pm-5pm : Imaginative Fiction Workshop

This is a creative writing workshop in which author Rebecca Roanhorse and around ten others (including myself) learn about the craft of writing and share feedback on each others’ works in progress. I enjoyed seeing how the craft of writing was approached from different angles and am sure it will benefit me in the future.

Sunday — 11:00am-12:15pm : The Pen Wielders’ Society

This is a creative writing workshop in which I guided members in honing their talent of writing. The 8 weekly meetings were tons of fun 😀 and I was fortunate to work with such interested, enthusiastic participants. 

And…my usual three piano classes a week 😀

August Goals

For Blogging

Get 30 followers.

Publish 5 posts.

Outside Blogging

Adapt to distance learning at school 😀

Read more and write more!

Continue doing well with piano.

Now I want to hear from you, fellow bloggers! In the comments below, you can post about your activities this past month and goals for August. Or, if you have your own posts on this subject at your blog, you can provide a link and I’ll be sure to check it out and comment!

Stay tuned for more posts! The next one will either be Book Recommendations or a Book Review.


14 thoughts on “July Wrap Up and August Goals”

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    1. Hi, 

      Wow, thank you so much for your kind words and for following! Of course — I took some time to read three of the articles on your blog, and I really enjoyed them! I read My Personal Experience With Social Media In This Coronavirus Lockdown, How To Deal With Negative Emotions, and Top 5 TV Series That Will Help You Develop Your Personality. I think that you sharing your personal experience and honest opinions helped to strengthen your post. Oh and I also watched both Taare Zameen Par and Sherlock and they are AMAZING. I want to do a review post on Taare Zameen Par; it’s so touching. And the Reichenbach Fall (S2 Ep 3 of Sherlock) is an incredible episode!

      Thanks again for reaching out! 

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      1. It’s my pleasure, Eleanor!
        Keep your articles coming with your updated post on novels. I am glad to find out that you are self published author and sci-fi lover. 🙂
        I can’t thank you enough for your time and effort to reach out my blog posts. Wow! both Taare Zameen Par and Sherlock were so astounding and inspiring, isn’t it?
        I can’t wait to read your review about the movie and the Reichenbach Fall as well!
        Looking forward with your good works. Also, thanks a bunch for your kind words! 🙂

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    1. Haha I did! I think my summer activities will definitely energize and prepare me for August. Oh and I saw your summer post at Sunflower Seeds *wink* and I love all the activities and originality!

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  2. i’m so glad you enjoyed math enrichment!! and the writing workshops you took part of and led sound amazing, i’m really happy to hear that you had fun!

    haha it’s definitely going to be interesting seeing how distance learning will go at school 😳 but i’m excited to get back into school as well! i hope you have the most beautiful august, good luck with all of your goals!! 💖

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