My 6 months Road Map

My 6 months Road Map - student project

Although I stablished big goals for 6 and 12 months from now, I decided to go on a 6 month road map in order to make it as detailed as possible so I can track my progress and see if I need to make changes on the go.

I quit my job 6 months ago and I've been working as a freelance graphic designer but my real big dream is to make a career in illustration and pattern design. I don't really have a plan to do it and I thinks that's the main reason of feeling overwhelmed since I've been working on illustration and pattern design projects with no purpose at all and I feel stuck. So, when I received the invitation to this class and challenge, I totally loved the idea of making a well organized plan to see what I can accomplish in one year.

I also joined the 12 Bonnie's exclusive emails, so I'm taking the first one as a guide for this project. I haven't stablished daily tasks for the whole 6 months, only by the end of February 2019 to see how is working, but always having in mind the big goals for July 2019. I have a small web portfolio in which I'll track my weekly progress in a blog that is under construction by now.

You'll notice in this first month I'm not working at all in pattern design, that's because I'll be focused on growing passive and active income through illustration so I can stop depending on graphic design projects. 

If you have any comments or suggestions, you are very welcome!

 

My 6 months Road Map - image 1 - student project

My 6 months Road Map - image 2 - student project

My 6 months Road Map - image 3 - student project

My 6 months Road Map - image 4 - student project

 

UPDATE: January review (Weeks 1 to 3) is ready in my blog. You can read it here.

Circe Oropeza
Graphic designer and learning lover.
Teacher