I was getting really good at planning. But things are more difficult now for some reason. I’m not sure how to fix it. A few years ago I worked with Jillian and we set goals together and then we planned how to achieve those goals and then at the end of six months we would have a review of our progress and it was awesome. Then I continued to do that on my own and things went well for a while but over the last 6 months I’ve kind of been losing it.
This is my current page for Wednesday of this week! Actually, my whole week looks like that. And it shouldn’t because on Friday I leave to go on the choir tour with Maggie and in two weeks I’m leaving for PlyAway and I know there is a ton to do and I can’t figure out how.
At the beginning of each of my monthly plan books there are pages to set goals and make big plans for the month. This is what my March looks like.
Maybe I need to just get out a big legal pad and write everything down that is in my brain and then try to organize from there. I have a giant weaving project that needs to be done and there is no progress being made. I have a sweater spin along that is happening right now and I’ve only spun about 100 yards of singles. I have samples that are in my brain but I have no yarn to make them. And that room to clean and a newsletter to write and blog posts and videos and I’m making very little progress on any of it because I can’t seem to plan it.
Today, in about 5 minutes, Thatcher and Sammy are coming for 3 hours and so no work is going to get done this morning. I think I need a chaperone.
I’m sorry. I sound kind of whiney. I’ll stop now. I can do this. I’m a big, grown up girl. And at least I got the washi tape on the pages. I’ll have myself under control in the next week.