Happy September! I must say, I’m glad to see August go. I’m ready for a new month, a new season (I know not quite yet, but I’m ready), and new projects.
Let’s look at August:
Finish making new pendants / keychains
sort through prints and decide on making more and which ones – decided not to do this.
also order more mats for prints decided not to do this.
laminate new/old bookmarks
have banner made
Re-type checklist and pack everything up so that it’s neat and findable.
Test out Square and set up with categories and prices
Test out new tent, make sure we know how to set it up – didn’t end up doing this, but it worked out fine 🙂
Make camping packing list and find everything we need
Goals wise, August went very well. The Oyster Festival also went well. My cousin Laura and I had a grand time and I love love love our new display set up. In craft fair news, I’m incredibly excited to announce that Matt and I will be setting up at the Glastonbury Apple Harvest Festival in October as well. (details coming soon).
The month, however, ended with a very deep loss within my family. I’m still trying to deal with it and have decided to take September a little slower than planned. I’m also changing my focus from fallenpeach and custompeach to family and photographs. There will still be fallenpeach projects abounding (in my brain at least), but ultimately I want to catch up on some personal projects.
– Keep up with 30 Days of Lists (look for my first blog post about this tomorrow!)
– Catch up on Project Life (I’m only …. 3 months behind…. )
– Begin to organize old photos and collect into new photo albums. Condense in some places, expand in others.
– focus on fallenpeach itself. ignore other divisions temporarily.
– edit photos of new bookmarks, begin listing.
– Plot and take next road trip
I had a few other items on my goals list, but just realized that September is jam packed with events and trips for us. So it’s best for me to keep it simple.
How was your August? Did you accomplish a lot? Post a link to your September Goals in the comments, I would love to read them!