Hello dear friend!
I worked from home, which was lovely, but I’ve felt a bit off all day. Cramping and sore. When this happens, I often struggle with trying to overcompensate and do all the potential projects at once. Which never, ever works. It usually leaves me even more drained and frustrated than ever!
However, Micah cooked me some bagels and delicious fried eggs and we’re having a cozy, quiet evening at home. I’m feeling much improved and more prepared to calmly and realistically approach a couple more tasks before I snuggle up with a book and a blanket for the rest of the night.
One of those tasks is actually this blog post! This Monday is a particularly special one as it indicates the beginning of the first week of 2021. Which is the ideal day to begin trying to implement new habits and such. This new blog series will be a behind-the-scenes glimpse at my daily life. Each Monday I will post a “weekly goals” list, and every Saturday I’ll write a wrap-up documenting how I’ve done and whether I’ve been able to get everything done.
My hope for these posts is that they will be an aid in achieving the tasks I want and need to accomplish. And hopefully it will be fun to follow along with and see what I manage to complete each week. Without further ado, here is my to-do list for this week:
- edit and upload my library book haul vlog.
- film, edit, and schedule my “2021 goals + habits vlog” to go live on Friday.
- spend 30 minutes each day working on editing photos for my photo album.
- start sewing new shirtdress.
- make another felt animal (post coming soon!)
- get all photos I want from my phone uploaded to lightroom
- finish 1 sleeve of sweater knitting project.
- write WIP post on above sweater
- fix brother’s sweater
- film “favorite books of 2020” vlog
- make at least 3 instagram posts
- comment on at least 3 instagram posts
I’d love to know what you’re working on. Leave a comment below telling me what is the most important task you’d like to accomplish this week. I’ll be back in a couple days with another post.