Goals Update: December 2016

Hello, wonderful readers! I realize it’s been a few months since I’ve done a Goals Update. I haven’t stopped working on them per say, but I’ve only been making slow progress. But that’s what happens when you spend almost an entire month sick. I don’t recommend getting sick. It really puts a damper on getting things done.

Goals

ANYWAYS!

  1. Genealogy Workbook:

I actually did a fair amount of writing for the genealogy book while in England in October. This month, I’m going to compile everything, see what’s left, and make a list to go from. Then after that, I’ll just need to type stuff up!

  1. Bobbin Lace Workbook:

Yeah, nothing’s been done on this one. I do plan on working on it while the College is closed for Winter Break.

  1. Recipe Book:

OMG! I can’t believe I’m not done with this one yet! I literally only have 17 recipes left. Yeah, it sounds like a lot, but it’s not. I also plan on knocking some of these out this month.

  1. eBay:

List Bernat Pipsqueak Sunny Days yarn for sale. I have way too much of it. Some of it has already been listed on Amazon and sold. I’m going to try my luck at eBay with it.

  1. ETSY:

Update product descriptions. All craft show inventory is listed for sale on ETSY now.

Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CBCproducts

  1. Amazon:

List more Mead OrganizHer Shopping Companions for sale.

  1. Craft Show Inventory:

Not a priority this month. Taking a break to hopefully finish my Frankie Brown 10 Stitch Blanket in Camo by Christmas. Currently on Magic Yarn ball #11 of 13!!! If I finish that, then I’ll start my inventory again: Bernat Plum Chutney baby blanket, followed by Bernat Berry Blast cotton yarn.

  1. Blog:

Write 10 blog post this month.

  1. YouTube Channel:

Film 7 videos this month.

© Cori Large 17 November 2016

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8 Responses to Goals Update: December 2016

  1. Deanna says:

    I love that you do goal updates! I always adore seeing people make progress and track their progress!
    Keep going and you’ll get them all crossed off!

  2. candy says:

    Sorry to hear you have been sick for a whole month. Family history is a passion of mine and when we go to Ireland this summer I plan on visiting my ancestry village. Keep plugging away at your goals.

  3. Jen Monks says:

    So sorry you have been ill. I hope you are feeling better now. I love genealogy and have been working on my family tree for years. Good luck with your workbook! Sounds interesting.

  4. Meghan says:

    Wow that’s a lot of goals. Sorry to hear you were sick. I hope everything is all better now so you can cross some things off that list of yours.

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