Monday, October 24, 2016
Working through some Christmas items to list on www.SpunkyDiva.com, my Etsy store. I will be taking custom orders through Dec. 1st. Also, getting back into the swing of things by participating in two craft fairs this holiday season.
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Using a platter from Ikea, originally purchased and used to protect the windowsill when growing several baby plants, I used letters left over from making stocking tags.
The guys have been good about keeping their glasses on it, and it keeps my windowsill clear of extra glassware.
Will probably end up buying outdoor letters, because parts of these are wiping off as I wipe off the dish.
Friday, February 12, 2016
This is the 2nd year I have DIYFish's yearly Calender. I have printed it with the months on front and back (both inside pages if you print according to directions).
The first is used to keep track of what meds I have taken each day. Helps track when I needed migraine medicine, days I took extra allergy meds, vitamins, prescriptions, etc.
The second way I use this calendar is to track miles done, how many steps for the day, workout video, etc.
Using this format for these purposes has helped show trends and show what goals I have met and where I can do better. Great way to see each month individually without flipping lots of pages and being able to track multiple items within a category.
For each category I use the colors on my tropical 4-in-1 Bic pen and my favorite mechanical pencil, ReAction by Bic with 0.7 lead.
Thursday, December 31, 2015
Order in my Palmer (right now) goes like this...
Dashboard, wrapped in two verses printed on card stock,
2016 DIYFish yearly calendar for melds tracking,
Weekly (DIYFish Weekly Project)
Monthly two-page layouts,
Financial Freedom pages,
Project pages (special event planning pages),
Church Team pages.
I have a steno pad in the back pocket for the ongoing, never ending to-do list and what purchases are needed for those tasks.
A second stern pad is tucked into the front pocket for me brain dump as I think of things during the day.