#socialbloggers 87 // Bloggers Goals for 2016


I’ve spoken about my blogging goals in a previous post, we’ve also had previous  #socialbloggers chats about our goals for 2016 and about what we achieved in 2015. So I honestly don’t blame you for looking at this thinking GAH NOT MORE POSTS ABOUT GOALS.

The thing is, I find this topic inspiring and motivational, and I hope you do too.

It’s cliche as hell to set goals for the new year, but I give zero shits. I could consume content that inspires me like this daily, which means I can sit and read 100 blog posts about peoples goals every day and not get bored.

Reading about how another blogger wants to double their page views, or move to WordPress, or get to 2k Instagram followers inspires me to want to reach my goals too.

I really like question 3 in this latest #socialbloggers chat, which asks people to share their own posts about their goals, I’d love it if you lot could do two things for me:

  1. Go visit a couple of the posts from question 3 and leave some encouragement.
  2. Leave your links to your own posts in the comment section below.

Let’s make 2016 our best year yet.

2016 blog goals

Q1: What are you going to change/work on, for your blog, in this first month of 2016?

Q2: Have you set a “word of the year” for your blog + life? Share yours & see what others have set for themselves

Q3: Have you written your life & blog goals? Share them (you can share your posts, too)

Q4: new year marks new beginnings. What are some “big things” you’re looking forward to doing in 2016?

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1. noun: a female blogger that writes about her own experiences, observations and opinions. 2. verb: to act like a complete idiot or to do something stupid. e.g: She did a Corinne.


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