So I’ve missed the first week of January . . no time like the present to get started. I think this is going to work for me. For those who mentioned the Google calendar, I use that too for all my personal/family appointments/commitments but I wanted a calendar just for my quilting “to do list”. It’s not something I’ll have to consult before scheduling a dentist appointment or lunch date with friends. It’s only something I’ll look at each morning when I arrive in my sewing room. I won’t beat myself up if I don’t get everything done each day . . it’s a guide — not a do or die commitment.
It’s taped on the storage room door which is right next to my design wall (which happens to be empty on this Friday afternoon!).
On the agenda for today:
- Make 3 star blocks
- Load the Shared Memories top so I can quilt it tomorrow
Easy enough . . then I can go knit! 🙂
Keeping a detailed “to do” list doesn’t work for many . . probably I’m the only one who has to have a list of what to do . . but it works for me and that’s how I get the most done so I’ll try this for a while and see how it works.
At the end of each day, I’ll cross off the things I got done and leave the things that weren’t done. Maybe if I get done early on a future date, I can go back and pick up those projects or, I’ll just add them to next month’s calendar.