February 27, 2012

To Do Lists


I got so much done this weekend. It was really great. I feel so accomplished! I went to the gym. I got some writing done for some upcoming magazine submissions for 2 magazines.  I finished fixing and making some earrings for my Mom.  I wrote a BIG article for another magazine. I finished some custom orders. I finished my bead soup. (that's a teaser pic above of the collage of pieces I made with my beads from partner Jennifer Tough.) I used every last bead except all the seed beads she sent. You will have to come back this Saturday for Lori Anderson's Bead Soup Blog Hop to see everyone's final projects.
Anyway I am feeling good about my daunting To Do list and now this week I can get started on the dreaded taxes.

7 comments:

  1. Wow, you have been busy! I didn't do much of anything this weekend. Yesterday was my birthday, but hubby was down suffering with a kidneystone, and the kids had school stuff going on, so no celebrating. I think I ate a lot of chocolate, and that's all I can remember.

    I can't wait to see what you made for the Bead Soup Blog Party!

    Have a great week!

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  2. Doesn't it feel great to finish a to do list! Can't wait to see what you created for BSBP, these teaser photos are intriguing.

    Taxes...oh the dreaded taxes. I have to create spreadsheets for both my jewelry and photography businesses. It is on my to do list, sigh.

    Have a creative week!

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  3. Fantastic to get so much done. I think the snow and cold helped keep me in and doing my to do list this weekend. Wish I was quite as far as you. But no stopping that Tax Date, is there!!

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  4. That certainly is a lot of things you accomplished. I'm impressed! Can't wait to see your bead soup pieces.

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  5. I am impressed. What's your secret for success? I make the list and then continue to add 2 items for every one I cross off. lol Sound familiar to anyone?

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  6. I can't wait to see this! Jennifer is one of my favorite bead artists and it is exciting to think of her work combined with your vision!

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  7. Looking forward to the hop!

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