Activities in January

In January I didn’t have as much time for my craft projects as I had wished for but still managed to squeeze in a couple of things. I’m still busy, trying to untangle my life which will at least take me into March.

Alas only space for fifteen projects but I’ve been working on more which I listed below this tracker. So it’s not only one but two stars for finished projects, more later.

In late December I found a pretty 2018 planner, a bargain at the local TKMaxx. Only two days before that I had made a draft for a project tracker – exactly like the one in the book (they call it goal tracker). Now I don’t have to use various journals anymore but got everything in one place (well, almost). Besides a bucket list and a to-do list it has also got a not-to-do list (love the idea) and a lot of stickers to use. As each month has got a different header colour I’m using a corresponding colour pencil to mark off the things I’ve accomplished (yes, I know – but it looks cool).

The A4 size planner is from the Orange Circle Studio, the design is called Midnight desert.


2 thoughts on “Activities in January

  1. I love the *idea* of using a planner in theory, but in practice my life is too chaotic. Too many things can happen to derail my good intentions. What looks like a free day at the beginning of the week will turn into a nightmare of phone calls to be dealt with, requests/demands from other people, consequences of my own clumsiness and often, simple fatigue. I have to seize the moment when it arises. The cover of your organiser is beautiful, though, and I do have stationery envy 🙂


    • I’m using this merely as a journal rather than a planner, also for reminding me what has happened and for keeping track of my craft projects. My experience is also that free days almost never are free so I’m keeping a separate list of everyday tasks which I can adapt to life’s demands (or to procrastinate). 😉

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