Last week did not go as planned.
First of all, the content push has not happened. At all. I'm okay with it, since I am relatively happy with what did get done, but it's still worth noting.
I did get a good amount of work done on the household cleanup and reorganization project, though a lot of that was on the weekend, when I had my husband's help. I also had a surprise planning meeting for the next doll event at the Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys, where I volunteer my time on the board and planning events. After the meeting I spent some time writing marketing copy for the event and designing a flyer for social media.
I'm hoping to get some work done this week on the content push, but I'm no longer feeling like it's as necessary to do a huge push and get everything I'd planned out in a span of just a few weeks. Looking back, that was probably a pretty ludicrous way to approach it. Plus, I still have more to do in my reorganization project, which needs to come first if I'm to make space for working on dolls, taking pictures, and filming content.
This next week I'm making a more relaxed effort to get to the content, but it won't be until a little later in the week. There are some organizational things I want to finish up first. And of course, it's already late in the day on Tuesday, so you can tell my week has already not gotten off to a very quick start.
Doll stringing ebook: I'm still putting this off for a few weeks while I finish up the organization and work (a little less hard) on the content push.
Ruby Ransome: I'm still putting this off for a few weeks as well. As an aside, though, NaNoWriMo prompted its MLs to pre-order stickers for our regions already. It was a shocking reminder of how quickly November is coming!
Blogging and website maintenance: I do hope to be producing some content over the next week, so that'll mean at least a couple blog posts. I also realized this blog is getting kinda boring with nothing but weekly rundowns, so I'm planning on adding at least one other post each week.
Other projects: I worked on organizing over the weekend and I'm quite pleased with the progress. I have plenty more to do in the coming week, but I'm happy to see more work spaces emerging. Eventually I'd like to move my office space back upstairs to my desk, but that is a while out, so for now I want to make the kitchen a little more usable as a temporary work space for writing, as well as my main work space for working on dolls and producing content.
On the horizon: I still need to plan out my exhibit for the museum's Fall Show, plus I have this new doll event to help plan. Hopefully the bulk of the content writing for it is done. I was also asked to work with a collectibles sales site where I could sell dolls and other things, so I need to look into the feasibility of that. They may have just been looking to market their site to new sellers, but it appears to be a more content-driven sales platform, so I'm intrigued enough to at least look into it and find out more about any collab they might have had in mind.
It's funny how on paper this doesn't sound like very much, but in practice my days are pretty full and I'm often frustrated by not having as much time as I would need to do everything I want to do. Wish me luck!