January {Plan}

To stay on goal, I thought I would start a monthly plan to help keep things moving forward in various areas of my world. Each month should include any business activities, deadlines, book activities, and fun quilty projects (WiPs).

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Book Group Quilt Top

 

Category Project/Activity Target Date (day/month) Action
Business Quickbooks  6/1 Investigating for
purchase
Business Yearly Calendar
View
 7/1 In Process of
creating a yearly
view of main activities
Business Classes | Teaching  12/1 Updating Calendar
+ Classes ready for promotion
Book Planning  3/1 In progress – need to
move dates to fit 2018 new deadlines
Book Group Quilt  6/1 Complete Top &
send for quilting
Book Art Deco Medallion
Quilt
 8/1 Finish Border 2
Book Chapter: “Art Deco
Medallion” Project
31/1 Work on 2nd
Review + Graphics
Deadline San Francisco
Bustle
4/1 Add Sleeve, Label,
Send to QuiltCon
Deadline Article 31/1 Write and Submit
Content
Fun Monthly “Favorite
Things” Giveaway
 5/1 Photography + Post
to Instagram
Fun Hexie EPP Project  31/1 Finish Top
Fun Orange Creamsicle  31/1 Finish matchstick
quilting
Education InDesign  31/1 Take a few lessons
on InDesign.
Practice with
writing Phased
Circles Pattern
Blog Park Lamps Quilt  5/1 Finishing post about Park Lamps in LPQ #56
Blog Book Update  26/1 Decide on topic – Planning (??)
Blog A weekly Post  31/1 Work on having a weekly post of some relevant information
Balance Health 31/1 Loose between 5-10 pounds. 5 servings of vegetables; 8 glasses of water and exercise 3x a week by January end.

Sounds like a busy month, but nothing like starting off the year committed. Please note,  that this is my “guided” plan. Sometimes, life gets in the way, or something just takes longer…that’s ok, I will adjust and move on. I’ll share with you next month how things went.

What are your monthly goals? How are you working towards those?

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One thought on “January {Plan}

  1. golfheader

    I love your “health” goals, on paper it looks easy peasy.😊 I was taking quiet time yesterday due to a cold And listened to your webinar on hand piecing I found it very enjoyable. Can’t wait to start a project on the go. As a teen growing up on a farm in West Texas, My first quilt was hand pieced out of polyester remnants back in the 70s. Also, love your accent! You can rock! – Bell Moore Waving from Whidbey Island, Washington

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