January 2018 Wrap Up

January 2018 was such a long month! And I mean that in a good way. (So help me, if I hear one more person complain about it...)

I got so much done!


But hold onto your hats, folks, 'cause with the new year comes a new wrap-up post. I'm shaking things up around here. The long text-heavy post is a thing of the past; the new format is drive-by style. Ready?

(This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase through them, I'll make a small commission. They're for a planner and books from Amazon, and they're clearly marked. Thanks for feeding my inner planner addict and bookworm. For more info, read my disclosure.)

January 2018 wrap up post for HowToGYST.com

Blog Posts from January 2018

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Goodbye 2017. Here's a wrap-up of how it treated me, both personally and professionally.
17 Things I Learned In 2017
Everything I Read In 2017 | I challenged myself to read 50 books in 2017. Here's what I read, as well as my reviews and recommendations | book challenge | reading challenge | bookworm
The best things I spent money on in 2017... and the worst! And the lessons I learned from it.
Top 10 posts of 2017 on HowToGYST.com | Most popular blog posts
Refresh Your Daily Routine with these 8 life hacks
"The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning" by Margareta Magnusson, a review
2018 Resolutions | This is the first time I've done this...
How To Do Everything – Planning Your Perfect Week (& Living It)
25 Things You Can Do In 5 Minutes Or Less
Ways to stay focused

Like I said, I got loads done.

Videos from January 2018

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34,500 subscribers can't be wrong. 😉

Social Media Stats for January 2018

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What else happened in January 2018?

Good question! From now on you'll be getting a video diary of all that happened. Feast your peepers.

Books I finished reading in January 2018

(If you buy through these Amazon affiliate links, I'll earn a small commission on the sale. Thank you! For more info, read my disclosure.)

I didn't set myself a reading resolution this year and, truthfully, it's nice to be reading purely for pleasure again, without the niggling thought at the back of my head that I have to hit a target. If I think a book is worth reviewing, you'll see a blog post about it. (You'll find my review of "The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning" above, for example.)

And there you have it, folks. A whirlwind of a month and a productive start to the new year. And if my current schedule is anything to go by, things won't be slowing down anytime soon!

What do you think of the new format? Please let me know so I can make any necessary adjustments.

And did you celebrate the new year?

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