Last week turned out to be pretty eventful, so I didn't get much done that I had planned. This week has been complicated so far as well, which is why I'm only now getting around to posting about my plans for the week, when the week is half over.
I feel like much of last week is a blur, so I'm going to reconstruct what I can.
Doll stringing ebook: I ended up having to move this again. I moved it to next week since I knew I wouldn't get to it this week. I really do need to get these pictures and finish the ebook updates, though. I want to get this ebook back up for sale again.
Ruby Ransome: I'm fairly resigned to not starting to work on this again until probably October. (Which is, alarmingly, just a few days away at this point.) NaNoWriMo is coming up quickly, and I don't want to be scrambling to figure out where I'm at with it again during November, so I do need to get back to work on it in October.
Blogging and website maintenance: This definitely fell by the wayside in the last week. I've had ideas for some content that I haven't been able to carry out, though, so hopefully soon.
Other projects: I did, fortunately, get some work done on my organization project. In addition to doing some reorganization in my "sales closet" that I think will make it more functional, I also started organizing the dinette to double as a photography studio when I need to take pictures. I have a few more things to do to finish the job, and some related content planned for later this week that is also part of this project. I want to get it done this week or weekend, since it will facilitate other content coming up.
On the horizon: NaNoWriMo approacheth! At this point, it's just over a month away, which means I really need to get serious about planning. I've reached out to several venues that host some of our events in November, so I've officially started the ball rolling. Getting started on planning early is helpful as it leaves less to do at the last minute. One of my co-organizers who is less able to run write-ins this year has offered to write all the email blasts, which is a relief, so I'll just need to do some planning this year and that's it.
Sometimes it doesn't feel like I've gotten much done even when I make this list, but looking at my sales closet, dinette, and kitchen, I can see the evidence of how much I accomplished. Since getting organized and establishing spaces for things like sales stuff and photography is so fundamental to getting my other things done, every time I start feeling like I haven't done enough, I look around and remind myself of how much I have done.
It's getting there, slowly but surely, and sometimes it's important to look at the progress instead of feeling bad that it's not done yet.