I’m sad to say the upstairs pile of magazines didn’t change at all. But I did make a tiny bit of progress on the pile downstairs. I’ll keep chipping away at it. How did you do?
This is the last Thursday in the first half of this year, so I’m sort of in a “regrouping” frame of mind, trying to get organized for the last half of the year, and make it count. Therefore, our task this week is to:
I’m a listmaker. A chronically addicted listmaker. I make lists for everything. I don’t always follow them, but I sure like having them. This week, I’m asking you to make one, too.
This list can be whatever type of list you want it to be, but here are some suggestions:
* a to-do list (to move some projects further along)
* a list of gifts to make (get a jumpstart on Christmas instead of waiting till November!)
* a list of your UFOs
* a list of your WIPs (works in progress)
* a list of supplies you need to get
I’m sure you can come up with more list ideas, as well. (And let me know what they are!)
I’ve been working on making my list of UFOs current. I’m also trying to get my list of completed quilts updated.
My spreadsheet says my current number of UFOs is 50, (which in and of itself is outrageous), but I happen to think that number is incorrect — on the low side. I think it’s much worse — and as I’m organizing and unearthing things I’ve been working on, I’m trying to get that number corrected. Hopefully, it will shock me into finishing some of them!
I’m debating whether I should let you know the corrected number once I find out — what say you? I’m sure it’ll be embarrassing! Do I want to embarrass myself that much?
My list of completed quilts currently stands at 206, but I have not updated it in a loooong time, so I know there are many more to add. Maybe when I get that number updated, it’ll take the sting out of the UFO number. We shall see.
So . . . how about you?
What list do you need to make or update?
What sorts of things do you keep track of with lists? (or need to start keeping track of?)
I’m anxious to hear what sorts of lists you make and use. (I might want to start another list of my own — suggestions are always welcome!)