In 2013 I bought a diary from Metropolis books in Melbourne that a friend had recommended to me. I hadn't kept a diary at since I was at school. I think the teachers thought we'd use it to keep track of assessments and homework, but I largely used it to write friend's birthdays and to pull out pages to pass notes. 

But I'm a big kid now, and MiGoals is a diary for people who want to do grown up things like kick writing's arse or organise your life.

It asks you to really think about what you want to achieve, how long you want it to take and what you'll actually need to, as they say, 'get shit done'.

I've bought a MiGoals diary for the last 4 years and become quite evangelical about them. They give you practical reminders and structures to actually think about what you want to do for the next 12 months beyond eat pizza and 'write a novel'. 

And, fittingly, it's all come full circle as we're now stocking them in our online store. They come in three fetching colours and include FREE SHIPPING. 


Click here to buy, and go forth and get some shit done.

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Geoff Orton

Geoff Orton is the founder of Writers Bloc. He's also a teacher and a Boston Celtics tragic.

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