Here is my Ode to February.
Oh February, I'm so glad you're gone. Peace out.
That's the end of my ode.
People, February was a big fat fail for me as far as most things are concerned but especially in blog land. I didn't do my challenges. I didn't post. I didn't do a whole lot of stuff. But guess what? February is over. OVER! It's March and things are happening.
In all honestly, I did do my January Yearbook (project life) and I'm looking forward to posting that but the whole month just got away without me and I'm glad I don't have to try and catch up anymore. I'm just waving goodbye as it flies away.
March. March is going to be better. March is ALREADY better. I've been working on some things. I am prepping my February Yearbook photos so I can stay on top of that this year. I spent part of the weekend sewing some bags for my etsy store. AND - I'm so excited - I've started prepping for my mega huge Disney book about the trip Gina and I took to Orlando last year. It's going to be huge and I can't wait!
Lately all the "I'm so behind, I'm not getting enough done" leaves me with such guilt and It's pretty annoying. My list of things to do is so long, and I WAY underestimate how much time it takes to get things done so I feel the constant nag of disappointment. So something I'm going to try to work on for the remainder of March is focus. Focusing on less and getting those done and then letter the "other stuff" happen or not happen - without the guilt.
My focuses include:
1. Staying up to date with my Yearbook.
2. Doing more digital scrapbook layouts. (I did one yesterday!)
3. My Disney Mega book.
4. Working toward our first product release for the Remember Every Day store - so excited about this!
5. Doing my 2 monthly challenges.
That's it. Those are the only things that are going to be important to me this month. The rest is fun and extra and if it happens, it happens. If not, NO GUILT.
Thank you for being patient with us during our little ohmygoodnesswhathappenedtoFebruary hiatus. But that's over.
Has anyone else had a tough time getting started this year?