January is the Month of Goals

Happy 2013, everyone!

January is the Month of Goals here at NY Creative Interns. I don’t know about you all, but it seems like at the beginning of every year I make a list of goals that I want to achieve in the next 12 months, and every year I work really hard to achieve those goals…for about three weeks. Then I give up. And usually whine about it for the rest of the year, until I again get up the courage in late December to make yet another list of goals.

So this month, in honor of all those who suffer from “goal-dropping disease,” we will be posting the tricks of how to stick to the different types of goals out there, be they health related, career focused, or goals based on friendship or love.

This year is ours, creatives- our year to achieve our goals.

Let’s do it.

P.S. My goals for this year are to read 52 books and learn some type of new skill. Let us know your goals in the comments. 

About the Author

Steph Lippitt attended Hofstra University, where she triple-majored in Publishing, Creative Writing, and living off of less than four hours of sleep a night. She was lucky enough to get internships at three incredible companies: DC Comics, Marvel Comics, and Sterling Publishing. Steph is currently the Education Assistant for Mediabistro, though she is also a Lead Blogger for NY Creative Interns and a regular volunteer for various comic conventions (New York Comic Con, MoCCA Fest). Steph enjoys reading every little bit of text she can possibly find, eating delicious and exotic-sounding foods, and going on random adventures in and around New York City. She also really appreciates air conditioning/space heaters in their respective seasons and loves writing about herself in the third person for blog bios.

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